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Remand warrant for 29 Western Togoland separatists renewed for two weeks

Remand warrant for 29 Western Togoland separatists restored for about fourteen days 

The 29 blamed people who have been accused of treachery lawful offense in the Western Togoland adventure were left mumbling in court when their remand warrant was reestablished for about fourteen days. 

This was after legal counselors of the denounced people had asked the court to concede bail to the blamed people for which the court declined. 

The legal counselors encouraged the court to remand the denounced people for multi week to permit the indictment to manage their examinations rather than the typical fourteen days for remand. 

The circuit court judge, Rosemary Baah Tosu, remanded the blamed people to about fourteen days which fall on the second of one month from now. 

Now, all the denounced people in the court were heard mumbling. 

State examiners told the Court that the state isn't keen on pursuing blameless individuals. 

Collaborator Superintendent of Police (ASP) Sylvester Asare told the court that officials have been sent into the bramble in their endeavor to close examinations. 

He, hence, implored the court to remand the charged people for additional fourteen days for the arraignment to proceed with its examinations

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ASP Rosemary Baah Tosu Sylvester Asare Western Togoland


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