Finally (y) "@abocco: Mighty African Retrieving pick-pocketed items in Accra, Ghana - Part 1 bit.ly/ZMmrc9"
— Nii C'dore (@Cdore_) March 13, 2013
Herh blog post wey edey sweet like Agb3li kaaklo like that? Part 2 for come fast. Read part 1 of @abocco's post here: mightyafrican.blogspot.com/2013/03/retrie…
— Qwophi Opare (@QwophiCedi) March 13, 2013
@abocco Can't wait! Will you send out some red-gold-green smoke when part 2 is done? And please don't stretch this like Diabolo part 5 ooo?Part 1: I received a Facebook message that I thought was sakawa. Entertaining conversation. My stolen cards had been found. They were going to be returned by
— Irene (@aireen233) March 14, 2013
@abocco suspense filled blogpost,feels like am reading a novel, can't wait for part 3
— courage (@mcourageous) March 14, 2013
#NowReading - @abocco's Mighty African Retrieving pick-pocketed items in Accra, Ghana - Part 2 bit.ly/XyiXMtLet's see how it goes!Part 2: Getting the police was not easy as I would have imagined. We hatched a plan to cover all possible scenarios that could happen from my meeting with the gentleman who would be returning the cards. All my stolen cards have been returned. The meeting went smoothly but the police arrested the gentleman called
— Qwophi Opare (@QwophiCedi) March 14, 2013
#233moments was caught reading @abocco's 'pickpockets' series via pu.is/po.st/6K9qPart 3:
— Kobby Blay (@kobbyblay) March 14, 2013
Are you following @abocco's 6-part "pickpocket & police" saga? No? Well, you're missing out! We're on part 4 -->...Part 4: Verified that my cards had not been used.
— Jemila Abdulai (@jabdulai) March 14, 2013
Part 5: Before I could get the new phone (Samsung S2), I would have to bring a receipt to prove ownership of the old one. The Suspect had been granted bail. I got the receipt as an invoice would not suffice. I received a new black Samsung S2 phone. I thanked the police force and we had some interesting conversations.
@abm233 @enock4seth @mightyafrican @donaldwardgh @abocco @seedeblay @cdore_ @ahiabor @attigs @aireen233 lovely piece on mighty africa. #vim
— Oseni Rubabat Ronke (@ronkanafaso) March 14, 2013
I concur, the piece be "ill"@seedeblay @abocco @ronkanafaso @donaldwardgh @ahiabor @abm233 @attigs @mightyafricanThe actual blog posts are much more entertaining and have more intrigue. If you don't read those, and you read this, you are doing yourself an injustice. So go on :-)
— Nii C'dore (@Cdore_) March 14, 2013
Now, we're talking about a movie script. Folks want to play different roles. Others want to finance the movie. How did you get to this line without knowing the whole story? Go read the blog posts abeg. We'll discuss the aftermath later.
@abocco your writing is impeccable and thoroughly entertaining :-)
— Serah Njambi (@CallMeAlien) March 15, 2013
I so wanted to write a blog, but havnt mustered up enuff #vim. But thanks to the recent #series by @abocco ,I thnk am gonna start soon! #vim
— jerry borteye (@jerrysmiles) March 15, 2013