TAKORADI: Suspected Notorious Kidnapper Pleads Not Guilty In Court

A 38 years old trader and nigerian national living at Kansawurudo a suburb of Kwesimintsim whose name has been giving as Samuel Udoetuk Wills suspected to be the brain behind the numerous kidnapping within within the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis has this morning pleaded not guilty in court.

At the Takoradi District Court presided over by his worship Michael Ampadu, suspect Samuel Udoetuk Wills was charged for intentionally causing unlawful damage by breaking iron rod to facilitate his escape from cell, escape from cell and resisting arrest on the third day of January 2019 prevented execution of the law he pleaded not guilty to all counts respectively.

Recounting his escape to the court, the prosecutor said that the suspect cut three of five iron rod with the aid of asord blade before running away from cell.

A scarf and a dress belonging to Pricilla Koranteng one of the girls who has been kidnapped found at the hideout of the suspect during his rearrest was also displayed in court today.

Suspect Samuel U Wills

The suspect has been remanded and he is to appear before the court on the 16th January 2019.

Benjamin Bray | Spicefmonline.com | Ghana 

Kojo Ennimil Arthur

I am Kojo Ennimil Arthur, a broadcast Journalist based in the natural resource endowed region of Ghana, Western Region. I write to educate and to inform. Above all, to tell the untold story's of the voiceless in our society. Telling Story's Untwisted Is My Hallmark...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *