Pirates In Court Two Ghanaians Indicted In Nigerian Pirates Trial

Two Ghanaians have been implicated in the ongoing trial of the eight suspected Nigerian Pirates.

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The two, George Opata Okrah and Joel Yaw Atta, were mentioned in court as the local representatives of the alleged pirates.

The eight pirates gave their names as Molih Williams, 32, Peggy Aki, 32, Ebiyaibo Amos, 32, Molih Klisman, 31, David Jacob, 30,  Ayetimiyi Oyinle, 29, Pinamo Saniyo, 26, and Picolo John, 25, believed to have come from the Niger Delta.

They were arrested by the Eastern Naval Command of the Ghana Navy in Tema and are facing charges of conspiracy to commit crime and piracy.

Their pleas are yet to be taken by the court.

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