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Two Nigerians Bag 40 Years Imprisonment For Robbery In Ghana

 

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Two Nigerians, Bright Okwara and Ferdinand Obi have been sentenced to 40 years imprisonment for armed robbery in the Central Region of Ghana.

Naija News gathered that His Lordship, Ebenezer Osei of the Kasoa Ofaakor Circuit Court handed them the sentence on Monday, October 3, after they were found guilty of robbing a mobile money vendor in broad daylight on Tuesday, May 17, 2022.

The convicts, who reportedly committed the crime after the victim had withdrawn the money from a bank at Kasoa, are said to have carted away a total of GH¢11,800

Before they were sentenced, Detective Sargent Addai Boamah told the court that the two Nigerian Nationals were on motorbikes, monitoring the activities of the victim after he withdrew the money from the bank.

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According to him, the suspects followed the victim from Kasoa New Market to Market Junction, where they robbed him.

He added that the suspects succeeded in robbing the victim, but they were chased with a motorbike and caught, which led to their arrest.

Enraged Truck Driver Ties Wife To Well

Meanwhile, an enraged man, Muyiwa Sikiru has reportedly tied his wife to a well in Oke- Aro area of Akure, the Ondo state capital for allegedly cheating on him.

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According to Within Nigeria, the man who is a truck driver had travelled only for him to return after three months and discover that his wife was housing another man.

Angry at the situation, he dragged his wife out of the room and tied her to a well.

The boyfriend who was cohabiting with the married woman was in the bathroom when he heard the husband shouting and to avoid the situation he escaped through the window.

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It was learnt that the timely intervention of some elders in the area prevented the husband from harming the wife for her alleged infidelity.

They later pleaded with him and took the couple to the police station for an amicable settlement of the matter.