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VODAFONE GHANA CABLE THIEF SENTENCED TO 7 YEARS IN PRISON

The Odumase-Krobo Circuit Court convicted a man, William Ntow, to a 7-year prison sentence today after he was found guilty of stealing Vodafone telecommunication cables in the area, Pulse.com.gh reports.

The Akosombo District Police arrested Ntow near Sakora Park, a suburb of the town, after Vodafone Ghana lodged a complaint regarding frequent cable cuts, which had been causing disruptions to the company’s services for the past few weeks.

Officers arrested Ntow with a 200-pair size cable measuring 1,400 meters and valued at GH₵552,500.00.

The conviction comes as a relief to Vodafone Ghana, which had been grappling with the ongoing issue of cable theft and its impact on services. John Animah, Corporate Security Manager at Vodafone Ghana, spoke about the arrest and subsequent conviction, stating, “We are grateful to the Akosombo District Police for their swift action in apprehending the suspect. Cable theft has been a persistent issue for our company, and this arrest sends a strong message to would-be thieves that such criminal activities will not be tolerated.”

 

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