Mob justice has for years been the means through which Ghanaians deal with robbers in the country.
People tend to use this because they believe the robbers have a higher chance of being set free if they get a good lawyer to defend them.
Amnesty International is calling for an end to mob justice because it sometimes take the life of innocent people.
Samuel Abortey, the campaign coordinator for Amnesty International, Ghana, told reporters while speaking at an event at St. Joseph College of Education at Becheem in the Brong Ahafo region that Ghanaian should not engage in mob justice.
He advised Ghanaians to send people suspect as thieves to the police station so that they can be sent to the law court for the due process to be followed.
The government on the other hand should also abolish death sentence as they can also kill an innocent person but rather reform convicts.