Ghanaian mother, 2 daughters & grandchild allegedly imprisoned for stealing corn to eat

Ghanaian mother, 2 daughters & grandchild allegedly imprisoned for stealing corn to eat

- A mother with her 3 descendants has been reportedly sentenced to prison for stealing corn to eat

- Professor Stephen Kwaku Asare, a renowned law expert revealed this after watching a video of the poor mother and her progenies

- Many people have been reacting massively to the report

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A Ghanaian mother along with her two daughters and a grandchild has been reportedly imprisoned for three months for eating corn.

This was revealed by Professor Stephen Kwaku Asare, a Ghanaian law expert who said he watched a video of the woman and her descendants in the cells.

The professor, popularly known on Facebook as Kwaku Azar, complained about the unfairness of the Ghana justice system in his remarks on the sad story.

Ghanaian mother, 2 daughters & grandchild allegedly imprisoned for stealing corn to eat
Ghanaian mother, 2 daughters & grandchild allegedly imprisoned for stealing corn to eat Source: Facebook, Kwaku Azar
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Many people have been reacting massively to the report.

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Philip Dzivor indicated that now, nothing surprises him anymore about the Ghana judicial system because of Anas' expose on corruption undertaken by topnotch judges.

Cay Dakye also mentioned that Ghana must revert to traditional courts for judgment as they seem to be the ones that serve justice in the true sense of the word.

Eric Owusu Darlison also explained that there has to be a distinction between law and common sense as it appeared that the judge just applied the law which is right without necessarily looking at it from the commonsensical point of view

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In a one-on-one chat with YEN.com.gh's Edward Asare, it is indicated that the young man is also a graduate of Ghana's premier university, the University of Ghana.

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