The court presided over by Mr. Francis Obiri has adjourned the case to February 26.
According to the victim who narrated her ordeal to the court, the accused person attacked her on December 14, 2014, after she alighted from a vehicle close to Presbyterian Boys Senior High School, at Legon to cross the street to Evandy Hostels and while waiting for a clear coast to cross the road, the accused person emerged from the nearby bush, and threatened her with a knife, held and ordered her to remain silent else he would kill her.
In the prosecutor’s report, the accused collected her money and valuable items close to GH¢2,000.00, and then he dragged her into the bush and forcibly undressed her, used the removed dress to blindfold her and forcibly had sex with her.
In the middle of the act, the victim realized she could lose all if she failed to have a “good sex” with her attacked , she then told the accused person to allow her see him to enable both of them enjoy the act together.
The accused who agreed to her request removed the dress which enabled the victim to have a good look at the accused person during the act.
After the sexual intercourse, the accused person ordered victim to move out of the bush and never look behind. Whiles leaving the scene, the accused person ordered her to stop and at that point handed over her belongs to her for good performance and obedience.
The prosecutor said the complainant lodged in a complaint after the incident and was issued with a medical form with which she attended hospital.
However on January 1, 2015, fresh boy who attacked another victim, who is also a witness in the case.
He robbed him at a gun point at the same area as the first victim and took a way one Toshiba laptop computer, Asus tablet, Nokia Lumia mobile, Ipad mini, certificates, 2 pen drives and audio recorder all valued at GH¢6,000.00 and cash of GH¢140.00.
During investigations, the complainants who visited the police station identified the accused person as the one who committed the offences against them and during interrogation; the accused admitted having committed the offence against the first complainant, but denied that of the second complainant. After investigations, the accused was charged before the court.