Man sentenced to 80 years in prison for murder of ECD businessman
Justice Navindra Singh on Monday sentenced a 35-year-old man to serve 80 years imprisonment after a 12-member jury found him guilty in the murder of Chateau Margot, East Coast Demerara businessman Dennis Ramah.
Victor Bobb, a former resident of ‘B’ Field, Pattensen, East Coast Demerara was found guilty of murdering 64-year-old Ramah, on November 16, 2010, at Chateau Margot, East Coast Demerara.
According to reports, on November 16, 2010, about 09:30 hours, a group of men entered the business premises of the L & D Supermarket at Second Street, Chateau Margot, which was owned by Ramah.
The men held up the employees and placed them to lie on the ground. Of the group, two of the men were armed; one with a gun and a second with a knife.
Police said Ramah, 64, the owner of the business, raised an alarm and armed himself with a cutlass.
He managed to wound one of the perpetrators but was shot twice to his chest by Victor Bobb. The bandits subsequently ran out of the house.