The taxi driver who claimed on television that he had killed human beings for rituals has been granted bail by the Accra, circuit court.
Felix Ansah, 35,was granted bail in the sum of Ghc 60,000.00 with two sureties.He was ordered to report to the criminal and investigation department(C.I.D) of the police department every Tuesday as part of the bail conditions.
Private legal practitioner, Donkor Theophilus had for the third time prayed the court to grand him bail pending police investigation and subsequent trials.
The application was not opposed by Asp Sylvester Asare who led the prosecution and was granted by the court presided over by her honor Rosemond Baah Torsu. The case was adjourned to October 26 for continuation.
The brief facts of the case per court documents indicated that sometimes in September this year, the attention of the police was drawn to a statement made on the Onua.T.v maakye program by the accused to the effect that he buried a pregnant woman alive at Ashaiman in the Greater Accra Region, it said that upon the receipt of the information, the police command launched investigation into the matter which led to the arrest of the accused. the document indicated that preliminary investigation into the matter revealed that the accused is a taxi driver and resides at Weija in Accra.
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