By CrossRiverWatch Admin
Mr. Aggrey and his wife Susan have been on the run since 19 June, 2020 over a missing car, Mercedes Benz (ML) 320, says a petition to the Police.
According to the petitioner, His Highness, Chief Etim Efeffiom Archibong, Ibuot Ufok Abasi Atiata of Inyang Ewa in Ewa Ekeng House, “I got to know Aggrey popularly known as Prince Ghana through a long standing friend and brother who unfortunately is late, Comrade James Crentsil.
“I left my car in custody of Mr. Aggrey who was a volunteer driver to me and at the same time was fixing some mechanical problems of the car. For over two weeks the car had been in his custody, fully, until the ugly incident.
I got to notice that the car is missing after he didn’t return it on the eve of my birthday – 19 June, 2020.
“Since then he has been at large. My car is Mercedes Benz (ML) 320 – registration number CAL959JL – chassis number
“Mr. Aggrey is popularly known as Prince Ghana, hails from Saltpond, Central region of Ghana. He was in company of his wife Susan Aggrey who hails from Aliade, Benue State. Their last known residence in Ghana is Swedru, Central Ghana and in Nigeria – Akim Akim beach, Cross River State.
“Prince Ghana is not on any social media platform but his wife is on Facebook with the name Susan Aggrey.
“His numbers are +233266437370 (Ghana) +2349033447956 (Nigeria) and his wife’s is +2347065918027. Please anyone with useful information should report to the nearest Police station or call me on +2348037134766, thank you.”
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