A 34-12 months-old guy, James Chukwuka, who failed to comply with the Restriction Order and allegedly took the blood samples of expecting girls and some inhabitants at Gbese in James Town to check for their sugar concentrations has produced his second look in Court docket.
Chukwuka who is currently becoming held for failing to comply with the Restriction Buy pleaded not responsible.
The Circuit Courtroom, presided more than by Mrs. Afia Owusua Appiah, remanded the accused human being to reappear on April 30.
The information, as presented, by Main Inspector Gulliver Tenkorang was that, the accused resides at Accra Newtown, and that on April 4, this yr, at about 0900 hrs, the Law enforcement had data that he was taking blood samples, examining Blood Tension and sugar stage of inhabitants including pregnant ladies at the Gbese Group, around James City in Accra.
Main Inspector Tenkorang claimed the Law enforcement proceeded to Gbese and arrested the accused, a Nigerian countrywide who experienced in his possession a glucometer, thermometer, take a look at strips, and gloves.
He stated throughout interrogation, the accused knowledgeable the Law enforcement that he was a distributor of foodstuff dietary supplements but admitted he went to Gbese to consider blood samples of his meant clients.
The prosecution claimed during investigations it arrived to gentle that Chukwuka did not tumble within just the exemption group with regards to the Imposition of Constraints on all individuals in Accra, Tema, Kasoa, and Kumasi.
The prosecution reported a expecting lady who lives in Gbese verified to the Law enforcement that her blood sample was taken by the accused.
Thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic, the President, by Government Instrument 65 and in accordance with the provisions of the Imposition Constraints Act 2020 (Act 1012) imposed a two-week restriction on movements in Higher Accra, Greater Kumasi, Tema and Kasoa.