The prime suspects in the murder of the NPP’s Upper East regional chairman, Adams Mahama, will today, Tuesday June 9, 2015, reappear before the Accra Central Magistrate court hearing the case.
Gregory Afoko, who is believed to be the brother of the NPP’s national chairman Paul Afoko, and Musa Essa his accomplice, are suspected to have carried out the acid attack which resulted in the death of Mr. Mahama.
At the last court sitting, the Presiding judge remanded both accused persons into Police custody after rejecting bail applications by their lawyers.
Afoko’s lawyers expressed concerns over the charge sheet which associates their client with the national chairman of the opposition party, Starr News’ court correspondent Wilberforce Asare reported.
The court is today expected to give direction on the matter.
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