Two students of the Tamale Technical University in the Northern Region, suspected to have killed a pastor on Friday, have been remanded.
On Tuesday, November 14, 2017, the court presided over by Anthony Assah remanded Kwame Dogyi, 28, and Obio Akwasi, 21, both third year Electrical Engineering students of the school to reappear next two weeks.
The two students of the Tamale Technical University in the Northern Region who were arrested on Sunday were charged with murder, 3news.com correspondent Zubaida Ismail reported.
Kwame Dogyi and Obio Akwasi allegedly stabbed and clubbed to death 64-year-old Pastor Ebenezer Ocran of the End Times Believers Fellowship in Tamale on November 10.
They stole the deceased’s Toyota Highlander vehicle with registration number GN 1763-14, which they offered for sale.
They were arrested on the campus of the Tamale Technical University where they had met with an undercover police officer to pay for the vehicle he feigned interest in buying.
The Tamale District Court ‘A’ has adjourned the case to November 28, 2017.
Source: 3news.com | Ghana