Mason remanded over robbery | Ghana News Agency (GNA)

Charles Tawiah, GNA

Nkawie, (Ash), Dec.
03, GNA – The Nkawie Circuit Court, has remanded a 25-year-old mason into
prison custody for allegedly possessing offensive weapons and committing
robbery at Ahwerewa in the Atwima Nwabiagya South Municipality.

Richmond Addai,
alias Yakubu, pleaded not guilty and would reappear before the Court on
December 17, this year.

Police Inspector
Ruth Gborson, prosecuting, told the Court presided over by Mr Michael Johnson
Abbey that, Addai and his accomplice, who is on the run, attacked and robbed
two friends on October 24, this year.

He said the accused
hired the services of the first complainant, Frederick Ofori, to use his
tricycle (rickshaw), to convey them from Ahwerewa to Bonteeso, another
community in the Municipality.

The Prosecution said
Ofori asked his friend, Emmanuel Nuako Manu to join him on the journey.

He said on the way,
the accused emerged from a bush and ordered the motor rider to park near a
bushy area.

Prosecution said the
two pulled a locally-made pistol, a double-edged hammer and a cutlass,
attacking the rider and his friend.

The accused and his
accomplice succeeded in taking away their mobile phones, a cash of GH¢270.00
and a pair of slippers and bolted with the booty.

Inspector Gborson
said a report was made to the Police and on November 09, this year, Addai was
spotted at Ahwerewa and he was arrested.

He said during
Police interrogation, he denied the offence but after further investigations,
he was charged and brought before the Court.


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