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80k bail has been given to the Opoku Ware students who were arrested for alleged robbery

The three final year students of the Opoku Ware Senior High School captured for their supposed contribution in a robbery occurrence have been granted bail by a Kumasi Circuit Court.

This was after they showed up under the steady gaze of the Court interestingly after their capture on Tuesday, August 16.

They were accused of scheme to commit robbery and unlawful harm.

His Honor Abdul Razak Musah who directed the case allowed them ¢80,000 bail with 5 guarantees each.

The case has been dismissed to September 1.

The understudies, matured somewhere in the range of 17 and 19 years, flopped in their endeavor to grab a taxi from its driver on Friday night.

The driver picked the suspects from the Santasi suburb. The travelers looked for his administrations under the affection of making a trip to the Lancaster Kumasi City, previously Golden Tulip Hotel, in the Nhyiaeso suburb.

Be that as it may, after arriving at the Rattray Park region, the young people urged the driver to surrender the start keys to them or risk being wounded.

A battle for the keys followed between the suspects and the driver. In the end, the vehicle hit a stopping point along the Ridge Police Station and the Royal Golf Park Junction.

This pulled in spectators from a close by club who came to the guide of the cab driver.

One of the understudies ran away from the area, while two of them were captured and given over to the Police.

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Abdul Razak Musah Court Opoku Ware Opoku Ware Senior High School


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