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Free At Last: Butcher released after buying stolen cow

This was after serving five months in prison under the ‘Justice For All’ programme.

A butcher who was arrested and later imprisoned for buying a stolen cow from some Fulani herdsmen in the Bole/Bamboi District in the Northern Region, has been released.

This was after serving five months in prison under the ‘Justice For All’ programme.

The butcher, Abdulai Dawuni, told the Daily Guide newspaper that one of the Fulani herdsmen, who sold the stolen cow to him, managed to escape but he (Dawuni) and another Fulani were arrested.

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According to the butcher, after admitting to buying the stolen cow, he was made to pay GH₵1,500, which he did but was still jailed.

He was grateful to the government for instituting the ‘Justice for All’ programme.

“For five months I’ve not seen or heard from my wife, children and my father, I am very happy today because I’ve been given another chance to reunite with my family. God bless the government for the Justice for All initiative of which I’ve become a beneficiary,” he said.

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“The lessons that I have learnt in the prison would be put to good use,” he added.

Source: pulse.com.gh

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