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Two teachers jailed 6 years each for forging Judicial Service receipt

Two teachers jailed 6 years each for forging Judicial Service receipt

It said Mills resided at Bubuashie and Asante, a resident of James Town, and that they were sureties in the case of Republic verses Jeffery Wilson Ofori, which was pending before Circuit Court 4, then presided over by Mr Emmanuel Essandoh, now deceased.

The prosecution said the accused persons (convicts) then hatched a plan to forge an official Judicial Service receipt and failed to pay the money to the court.

It said the convicts then contacted one Boakye Boateng, who got them the forged Judicial Service official receipts.

It said the convicts later submitted a Judicial Service official receipt with the number 19/0263336 dated June 11, 2021, with a face value of GH₵3,500.

The prosecution said they then handed over the receipt to the prosecutor, Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Rita Asaah.

The prosecution said Mills mentioned one Boakye Boateng now at large as the one who issued them with the receipts at a fee of GH₵500.

It said the remaining GH₵3,000 was shared between the convicts.

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