A 35-year old barber has been sentenced to 10-years imprisonment in hard labour after he pleaded guilty to two counts of threat of death and robbery.
James Awuni pleaded guilty to the charges contrary to Section 75 and 149(1) of the Criminal Offences Act of 1960, Act 29 respectively.
Awuni told the complainant he was reluctant to execute the order for reasons best known to him and further demanded that the complainant pay him an amount of GHS1,200, a request Mr
The complainant, after sending the money, reported the issue to the Police Intelligence Directorate for investigations
Prosecuting, ASP Stephen Ofori told Her Honour Vida Yeboah in court on Friday October 6, 2023 that Awuni mentioned Kwame Copper as an accomplice.
Awuni pleaded guilty to threat of death and robbery and promised to refund the money the complainant paid him when he appeared before the court on Monday 2nd October, 2023.
Presiding Judge, Her Honour Vida Yeboah said the court considered the fact that the accused refunded the money involved before handing him the minimum jail sentence for robbery.