The Wa High Court, Presided over by his Lordship Justice A. Yussif Asibey, has sentenced two men, Isaahaku Musideen and Musah Alhassan, to 60 years imprisonment with hard labour over a robbery attack.
The Two convicts attacked some Civilians, including a pregnant woman and took away their properties on November 13, 2021, between Saamanbo and Ga in the Wa West District.
One out of four Suspects involved in the crime was lynched whilst another by the name Roger, was on the Run, but two others, Isaahaku Musideen and Musah Alhassan were later arrested.
They were sentenced to jail Wednesday, January 25, 2023, on six counts to be served concurrently.
Isaahaku Musideen was earlier convicted by the Wa Circuit Court before he appeared at the High Court for a different trial. He was sentenced to 25 years in Prison by the Wa Circuit Court, with additional 15 years by the High Court.
Meaning Isaahaku Musideen will be serving a total of 40 Years in Prison with Hard Labour.
A motorbike belonging to Isaahaku Musideen was confiscated by the High Court and is to be sold to compensate the victims of the attack, including Miss Theresa Ansore, who can still press charges against any of the convicts.
However, his other counterpart Musah Alhassan was jailed for 20 years with hard Labour.