Prince Adu, also known as Dracula, a notorious armed robber who was jailed to a cumulative 63 years by the Ho circuit court for three robbery offences has his jail term increased to 90 years, when the court sentenced him to additional 27 years in hard labour for similar offences.
The police arrested Prince Adu at his hideout at Ho. After his arrest, he was sent to court and was sentenced to prison 63 years. But his jail terms was later increased due to another offence he had made and have been revealed by investigations.
The police reported that, this young man was caught robbing a lady at her store. They went to the ladies with amenities and the took off her money and her mobile phone. The court increased his judgement upon hearing this news.
The fact is the young man has been sentenced to 90 years imprisonment. Do you think this young man is facing a partial judgement? Drop your comments. Please like, share and follow me for more.Thanks you.
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