Ashaiman court sentences unemployed, 26, to 15 years for robbery
Ashaiman court has sentenced a-26 year unemployed to 15 years in prison for robbery.
A-26-year old unemployed man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for the intent to overcome the resistance of an okada rider and rob him of his Sonlink motorbike. Glikpo Lucky, aged 26 and unemployed was sentenced to fifteen years in prison. The court presided over by His Honour Simon Gaga found the accused guilty, convicted, and sentenced to 15 years on his guilty plea. Prosecution:ASP Dorothy B. Pepra presenting the brief fact of the case as investigated by D/PW/Inspector Dorcas Ofosua told the court that the complainant Stephen Nartey, a commercial motor rider popularly known as Okada whilst accused person Glikpo Lucky aged 26, unemployed both of whom live at Ashaiman. The prosecution told the court that on 29-01-2023, the complainant was in charge of a Sonlink motorbike with registration number M-22-GE 4132 black operating within Ashaiman and its environs. The prosecution said at about 8:30 pm the same day, the accused hired the services of the complainant from Roman Down, Ashaiman to Promiseland, Adjei Kojo. The Prosecution said upon reaching the destination, the accused person with the intent to overcome the resistance of the complainant to steal the said motorbike, pushed him to the ground and snatched the motorbike from him. The Prosecution said the accused person then took the exhibit to his house at Katamanso, Ashaiman and removed the registered number plate from the motorbike. Prosecution further said on 30-01-2023, the accused person rode the motorbike to Akatsi, Volta Region with the intent to sell but he was apprehended by Police at Akatsi and subsequently transferred to Adjei Kojo Police District, Ashaiman. Prosecution noted that the motor bike is currently in the possession of Police. After investigations, the accused was charged with the offence and arraigned before court.