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Monday, 24 August 2015

Man In Trouble After Illegally Tapping Power From The Residence Ghana's President

O yeah, he's got balls! Imagine what it would take you to illegally tap electricity from the residence of the number one citizen of a country. Well, a Ghanaian electrician scaled through it all to carry out his mission.

According to Starrfmonline:

“An electrician has been arrested for illegally tapping power from Ghana’s President John Mahama’s residence.

Prince Gyimah has pleaded guilty to the offence of stealing power from the Cantonment residence of
the President and has been fined Gh¢902. He has also signed a bond to be of good behaviour.

The Circuit Court judge Worlanyo Kotoku also slapped a fine of Gh¢200 on him as damages to state power distributor – the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG.)

According to Starr News’ Osei Owusu Amankwaah, who was in court Saturday, Gyimah was part of 27 people who have been sued by the ECG for tampering with power connections.

Amankwaah reported that only 14 of the accused were in court. Nine of them, he said, pleaded guilty to the offense of illegally bypassing and stealing power.

His Worship Kotoku fined the others between Gh¢600 and Gh¢1,200. They were also asked to pay damages of Gh¢200 to the power distributor.”

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