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Two farmers sentenced to eight years in prison for stealing goats in the Savannah region

Two persons have been sentenced to eight years in prison for stealing goats in the Savannah region.

These two people are supposed to be farmers, and the event occurred in Tuna, a village in the Savannah Region’s Sawla Tuna Kalba District.

They will each serve four years in prison for theft since they are two, and this was after they were found guilty of stealing four goats.

The punishment was handed out by Edward Essel, who presided over the Bole District Magistrate Court.

Dondopour Daador, 38, and Kipo Silendong, 28, were identified as the two robbers.

They pled guilty to the charges throughout the hearing.

They were subsequently instructed to compensate the plaintiff for the lost goats with GH800 apiece.

Prosecuting Chief Inspector Abdulai Awuni further disclosed that the two thieves are not first-time criminals, claiming that they were involved in similar incidents before the latest one that landed them in jail.

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