Court Remands Nigerian Man For Allegedly Robbing Herbalist In Ghana

An Accra Circuit Court has remanded a 21-year-old Nigerian, Emmanuel Chukwe, in police custody for allegedly robbing a herbalist.

Emeka, who is claimed to be unemployed, has denied conspiring with one Victor Chuku Emeka, who’s at the moment at massive, to commit the offence.

He will make his subsequent look on July 17, Ghanaweb stories.

Police Inspector Maxwell Ayim instructed the court docket, presided over by Madam Ellen Offei Ayeh, that on June 19, this yr, at about 2030 hours, Mr Maxwell Kulapenu, the complainant, was strolling from Osu to Tema Station to board a bus when the accused intercepted him on the Independence Square. He mentioned Kulapenu was attacked from behind and fell.

Inspector Ayim mentioned the attackers forcibly took away his Infinix Hot eight cellular telephone valued at GHC650.00, an Itel cellphone valued GHC60.00 and money of GHC55.00.

He mentioned the suspects took to their heels in the direction of the Arts Centre with the booty when the complainant met two navy officers whom he requested for assist.

The prosecution mentioned with the help of the troopers, the accused was traced and once they noticed the navy males approaching, they took to their heels.

The prosecution mentioned the officers managed to arrest Chukwe while Emeka escaped with the stolen objects.

Inspector Ayim mentioned Chukwe was handed over to the police and after investigation, he was arraigned. Chukwe knowledgeable the Court he had no mounted place of dwelling, thus, he was remanded.

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