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    Suspect In Meek Mill’s Phone Theft Given GH50,000 Bail


    The 33-year-old scrap trader Nuhu Sule has been granted bail in the amount of GHC15,000 with two sureties after being detained for allegedly snatching the phone of US rapper Meek Mill.
    Samuel Bright Acquah, the judge, is presiding over the theft trial of the defendant, Nuhu Sule. The sureties must be public employees in accordance with the bail requirements.

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    He’s due back in court on February 6, 2023.

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    On December 30, 2022, Sule was captured in his hideaway in Accra, one day after Meek Mill tweeted that his phone had been stolen.
    Meek visited the nation for a few days to perform at the Afro Nation Festival. The Grammy-nominated rapper revealed that he arrived a day or two earlier than expected.

    “They stole my phone, sh*t, SMH,” I said. Bring back that Jawn if you can! Meek posted something on Instagram.

    Following much discussion on social media over Meek’s post, the Ghana Police got to work trying to identify the author.

    Within 24 hours, Meek’s phone was located and returned to him, and the culprit was apprehended.

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