Farmer jailed 5 years for stealing items valued at GHC625

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By Lorlornyofm October 23, 2017 15:08

Farmer jailed 5 years for stealing items valued at GHC625

A Duayaw Nkwanta Circuit Court in the Tano North District of the Brong Ahafo Region presided over by His Lordship Alexander Graham, has sentenced 22-year old Isaac Asare to 5 years in prison in hard labour for burglary.

The accused pleaded guilty to chargers of conspiracy, causing damage, unlawful entry and stealing and was sentenced on his own plea.

According to the facts of the case as presented to the court by Chief Inspector Sampson Oduro, the accused and his accomplice Enoch Owusu Ansah who was not in court, broke into the room of the complainant who is a banker at Techimantia on April 26, 2017 and made away with a mobile phone, a DVD player, a JDC player, shaving machine, solar charger, a strong decoder and a cash of GHC50.

A report was lodged with the police and days later, the DVD player was found with a repairer who mentioned the first accused person as the owner who had brought it for repairs.

Isaac Asare was arrested and in his caution statement admitted the offence but mentioned Enoch Owusu Ansah as his accomplice who was also arrested.

They were initially arraigned before the court but granted bail pending the final determination of the matter before but the second accused failed to turn up for the judgment.

The trial judge therefore issued a bench warrant for his arrest.

Ghanaian boxer, Braimah Kamoko (Bukom Banku), has said former President John Dramani Mahama called him after the Saturday bout against Samir Bastie.

“It’s true I am NDC, but I have other NPP members like Adjiri Blankson who supported my fight. I have NDC people who were against me so the trolling does not bother me.

“John Mahama called me on my phone after the fight and he said God is with me,” Banku said on Kasapa FM Monday, October 23.

He dispelled assertions that his opponent used black magic against him during the fight.

“Juju is not used in boxing. I’ve been beaten and I accept my defeat,” he said.

Bukom Banko, who until Saturday was unbeaten, was knocked out by Bastie Samir in the seventh round in a fight dubbed ”Make or Break” at the Bukom Boxing Arena, in Accra.

Source: classfmonline.com

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