Man jailed for breaking into Association International School

A 27-year-old unemployed man has been sentenced to a four-year prison term by a Circuit Court in Accra for unlawfully entering an office at the Association International School Airport in Accra.

Michael Awittor and his partners reportedly absconded with laptops along with their accessories, calculators, and power banks from the premises.

Presided over by Ms. Afia Owusua Appiah, the court handed down the sentence to Awittor after he admitted his guilt to the charges of aiding and abetting the commission of a crime, specifically theft.

Awittor’s accomplices, Abdul Wahab Issahaku, a 50-year-old scrap dealer, and Joseph Edoho, a 50-year-old unemployed individual, were granted bail in the amount of GHC120,000 each, with three sureties for each person, one of whom needs to provide justification.

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The two accused individuals have pleaded not guilty to the charge of abetment of crime.

They are scheduled to make their next appearance on September 11th.

According to Inspector Wisdom Alorwu, who led the prosecution, the complainant, whose identity was withheld, served as the personal assistant to the head of the Association International School in the Airport Residential Area.

At the start of 2023, the Police received information that Issahaku had recruited Edoho and Awittor, housing them in Achimota, allegedly for the purpose of engaging in theft.

Subsequently, the Police initiated surveillance on the activities of the accused persons.

On February 23, 2023, the complainant arrived at work only to discover that the school’s office had been unlawfully accessed and ransacked.

Prosecution revealed that a MacBook Laptop computer valued at $2,000, a MacBook Pro Laptop computer valued at $3,000, along with a power bank and chargers, had been stolen during the incident.

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Prosecution said in Awittor’s investigation statement, he confessed committing the crime and led the Police to arrest the other accused persons. 

Issahaku and Edoho also admitted the offence, it said. 

Prosecution said Issahaku told the Police that he had given the stolen items to one Asare, their co-financier.  It said when Issahaku led the Police to Asare’s house, Asare had escaped.

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