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Ebenezer Kwayisi, UG’s Prof. Benneh’s murder apprentice mason, was sentenced to 30 years in prison.

Kwayisi entered a guilty plea to aiding and abetting murder under Section 239 of Act 30, and Justice Mary Yanzuh presided over the trial and imposed the punishment. The prisoner will be required to perform hard labor as part of his punishment.

Kwayisi entered a guilty plea to aiding and abetting murder under Section 239 of Act 30, and Justice Mary Yanzuh presided over the trial and imposed the punishment. The prisoner will be required to perform hard labor as part of his punishment.

Following a protracted judicial proceeding that started in 2021 when Kwayisi was committed to stand trial, he was sentenced. The Attorney General suggested that he be charged with Prof. Benneh’s murder. In relation to the crime, three individuals were detained, including Kwayisi.

In October 2020, James Womba, the key suspect, passed away while being held by the police. Opambour Agya Badu Nkansah, the third suspect, was freed after the Attorney General’s counsel proved his innocence.

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