Dr. Alexander Tweneboah reappeared today in court over a SIM Box fraud case and pleaded not guilty.
The former head of the Ghana Real Estate Development Association (GREDA) who was arrested for SIM Box fraud last month has denied being guilty for the offense.
Dr. Alexander Tweneboah told the court he is not guilty to counts of providing electronic equipment without license and possessing illegal devices with intent to commit crime.
The case which was heard in an Accra Magistrate court has been adjourned to February 10. Lawyers for the accused are praying the court grants them a bail.
Ruling on the bail application would be heard on Tuesday February 10, 2015.
Dr Alexander Tweneboah, and nine others were arrested by an Anti-Telecommunication Fraud taskforce in collaboration with the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service with support from SUBAH Info Solutions.