Social media was divided with reactions after it emerged that Kofi Adjei Jamalo has been put behind bars for just six days by the Courts. Many people who heard the news felt that 6 days is small for such a crime. They wished more Days for him behind bars. Well, the court knows better.
His Lawyers however clarified that, the six days behind bars isn't the final judgement. It's a ruling to remand Kofi Adjei Jamalo to re- appear on Tuesday 7th September,2021. His remand is to be served in police custody. That is contrary to the news that he is heading to actual prison. According to them, the Koforidua High Court ruled for him to be kept behind bars to enable more investigations. On Tuesday, the court will also rule on their bail application.
Over the weekend, Kofi Adjei Jamalo reportedly butchered an NPP serial caller at a funeral at Suhum. The young man went into hiding. God been so good he has been arrested and was Placed before Court this morning.
Those who felt that six days is small can now breath as they await the final ruling which could even be life imprisonment. Yes, considering the attempt to murder charge against him.
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