An Accra Circuit Court has ordered the remand of a 25-year-old unemployed man, Adolph Kosah, who broke into a residence at Tesano, making off with a television, laptop, and tablet.
Kosah explained that the burglary was intentional, despite his plea for forgiveness
He stated that he was seeking a job to support his pregnant wife, but ended up stealing from the complainant’s house.
The prosecution, led by Chief Inspector Samuel Ahiabor, disclosed that Kosah had a previous criminal record.
Chief Inspector Ahiabor requested the court delay Kosah’s sentencing to allow time for the court to be informed of Kosah’s previous offence that led to his imprisonment.
During his absence, Kosah broke into the house with Botchwey’s assistance.
While Kosah entered the premises and stole a NASCO LED TV, a Dell Laptop, and an Amazon electronic Tablet collectively valued at GH¢10,500, Botchwey remained in a car nearby to monitor the situation.