One of the suspects within the ongoing trial of the homicide of former New Patriotic Party (NPP) Upper East Chairman, Gregory Afoko, has been granted bail by a High Court.
He was granted the bail pending a committal jail on the District Court and a attainable trial on the High Court.
Gregory Afoko was admitted to bail within the sum of GHc 500,000 with two sureties, certainly one of who should be justified.
He was additionally ordered as a part of the bail circumstances to report himself to the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police each two weeks.
Afoko’s trial began in 2016 and was nearing completion after the prosecution and the defence counsel closed their instances.
But on January 28, 2019, the Attorney General filed a nolle prosequi to discontinue the trial following the arrest of one other suspect, Asabke Alangdi, who had been on the run.
Afoko and Alangdi have been then put earlier than the Accra Central District Court on provisional expenses of conspiracy to commit homicide and homicide.
Afoko’s household has challenged the equity of the state’s resolution to desert the preliminary case in opposition to him.
They have complained in regards to the state’s transfer which they preserve is unfair to their relative who has cooperated with the prosecutors.
The household has additionally threatened to go to the Supreme Court on the matter.
Adams Mahama, the late New Patriotic Party (NPP) Upper East Chairman, suffered extreme deadly accidents after an acid assault in entrance of his home in Bolgatanga on May 20, 2015.
He died from these accidents on the Bolgatanga General Hospital.
By: citinewsroom.com | Ghana