Alleged Murder Of Kaaka: Judge Adjourns Case In The Absence Of Suspects
Prosecutor in the murder case of Ibrahim Kaaka Mohammed, Superintendent Kofi Blagodzi, has said that the trial has been adjourned to September 7, 2021.
Speaking to the media the Prosecutor said the case had been adjourned while the suspects were on their way to the court.
He noted that the trial Judge, Her Worship Akua Adu Boahen could not wait for their arrival and so ordered for their remand for the third time.
He also said the docket had been forwarded to the Office of the Attorney General for the next line of action.
“We adjourned to 7th September. We forwarded the docket to the Attorney General’s office for their input. The Attorney General has to peruse the docket and advise on it”, he said.
Three persons, Issaka Mohammed, Fuseini Alhassan and Iddi Mohammed, brother of the deceased, have been charged in connection with the death of a social activist, Ibrahim Kaaka Mohammed. They have been charged with conspiracy to commit murder and murder.
The deceased was attacked in front of his house by some assailants at the dawn of June 24th, 2021 and subsequently passed on at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital on the 26th June, 2021.
A neighbour told the police she saw the brother of the deceased (Iddi Mohammed) dragging the deceased into a bathroom that dawn.
Meanwhile the family of the deceased continues to advocate the innocence of Iddi Mohammed.
Source: opemsuo.com/Hajara Fuseini