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Coronavirus: Court remands Nigerian for taking blood sample of pregnant women

 

A 34-year-old Nigerian has been arrested for allegedly defying the restriction order by taking blood samples of pregnant women and residents at Gbese Community, a suburb of James Town without legal authority.

Chukwuka James, 34, has therefore been remanded by the Accra Circuit Court presided over by Afia Owusuwaa Appiah to re-appear on April 15, 2020.

His plea was not taken because prosecution had indicated it will need time to augment their facts with new information.

In court on Wednesday, the Prosecution led by Chief Inspector Gulliver Tenkorang told the court that the suspect was arrested holding medical equipment.

He told the court that certain amendments needed to be added to the facts and will need one week to have that done. He subsequently prayed for the suspect to be remanded.

The court while remanding the suspect to reappear on April 15, for his plea to be taken, ordered the prosecution to file their disclosures before the next court date.

Tears flow

The suspect immediately after being remanded broke down in tears while kneeling before the court and asking for clemency.

He said it was not intentional that he came out that day and begged for forgiveness.

 

Source: starrfm.com.gh

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