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Man in custody for allegedly robbing former Second Lady, Matilda Amissah Arthur


A self-declared business person is as of now being investigated at the High Court in Accra for supposedly planning and executing burglaries focusing on high-profile people and elites in their homes.


Among the supposed episodes, Yahuza Osumanu is blamed for burglarizing a 76-year-elderly person in Edge and attacking the spouse of a previous VP, Matilda Yaaba Amissah Arthur, by choking her and hitting her head with a firearm. During the burglary at the previous Second Woman's home, he purportedly took GH₵28,000, £50, and $2,200.


The arraignment guarantees that Osumanu utilized comparable strategies in different burglaries focusing on rich money managers and ladies, bringing about the burglary of assets esteemed at a huge number of Ghana cedis. Things purportedly taken incorporate two Rolex watches worth $61,000, two Cartier wristwatches worth $19,000, an iPhone 15 Ace Max worth $1,000, gems worth $50,000, and the sky is the limit from there.


Furthermore, the indictment charges that Osumanu utilized continues from these wrongdoings to buy extravagance vehicles and lofts for himself, including a Toyota FJ Cruiser, Toyota Prado, and Lexus. Boss State Lawyer Frances M. Ansah, driving the arraignment, has accused Osumanu of 26 counts of burglary and illegal tax avoidance.


Regardless of arguing not liable, he has been remanded into jail care forthcoming a return on May 2, 2024. As indicated by CSA Ansah, the Police CID got various grievances of private burglaries during the second quarter of 2023. A police examination prompted the ID of Osumanu, supported by CCTV film from Kaeela Courts Condos given by Dr. Abu Sakara Cultivate on December 4, 2023.


Further episodes revealed in December 2023, including extra casualties, added to the distinguishing proof and ensuing capture of Osumanu in Kasoa on December 15, 2023.

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