Robbery Matter Committed To High Court

By Mariama Hamadi

The felony matter involving one Abubakarr Kamara, a mason has on Tuesday, 8th September, 2020 committed to the High Court by Magistrate Mark Ngegba.

The accused, Abubakarr Kamara who was refused bail made his last appearance before Magistrate Mark Ngegba of Court No.2 on Pademba Road Freetown.

He was charged with five counts of conspiracy to commit felony, robbery with aggravation, malicious damage and assault occasioning actual bodily harm, all contrary to the laws of Sierra Leone.

According to the indictment, on count 1, the accused, Abubakarr Kamara on Monday, 6th July 2020, at Charlotte Village in Freetown conspired together with other persons unknown to commit felony to wit robbery with aggravation.

Count 2 states that the accused, Abubakarr Kamara on Monday 6th July, 2020, at Charlotte Village in Freetown being armed with a cutlass, iron bar and a gun, robbed one Hassan Kanu’s phones, laptop computer, radio and other items valued to the tune of seventeen million, four hundred thousand Leones.

Count 3 states that the accused, Abubakarr Kamara on Monday, 6th July, 2020, at Charlotte Village in Freetown robbed one Grace Efua Kanu a gold plated ring valued at four million Leones.

On count 4, the accused Abubakarr Kamara on Monday, 6th July 2020, at Charlotte Village in Freetown maliciously damaged one metal door valued at four million Leones property of Hassan Kanu, and count 5 states that the accused Abubakarr Kamara on Monday 6th July 2020, assaulted Grace Efua Kanu in a manner thereby causing her actual bodily harm.

Both accused were not represented that day.

Magistrate Mark Ngegba committed the matter to the High Court for trial.

Inspector Francis Macauley prosecuted the matter.