Gregory Afoko case adjourned over threat on his life

The trial of Gregory Afoko and two others was abruptly adjourned after the police investigator on the case alerted the court that the life of the first accused person was in danger.

He told the court he was privy to information that some individuals were on their way to the court to attack Gregory Afoko.

The case involving Gregory Afoko, Asabke Alangbi who is at large and Musah Issah, was adjourned after the court was informed the lawyer of the third accused person, Alfred Adjei Mensah and the prosecutor, Francis Baah were absent.

The investigator on the case earlier sent a message to the judge, Worlonyo Kotoku, some group of people were on their way to attack the first accused person.

This is the second time an attack has been made on Gregory Afoko who together with two others have been accused of murdering the Upper East regional chairman of the New Patriotic Party, Adams Mahama.

The attacker was furious her colleagues were not in court on time to carry out their planned action.

Gregory Afoko, Asabke Alangbi who is at large and Musah Issah, are standing trial over an acids attack which led to the death of the NPP’s upper east regional chairman, Adams Mahama.

The case has been adjourned to September 22.


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