Lawyers For Woman Who Killed 11months Old Baby in Accra Nearly Got Her Freed Today In Court as they mounted a strong defence to secure her freedom of a bail.
The Lawyers pleaded with the court to free her from cells because the woman is having children in the house to cater for.
The Court presided by High Court justices allowed the prosecution to also Speak on the reason why that freedom of a bail shouldn't be granted.
The prosecution argued that, if the alleged killer Clara Ayani Ampa is given a bail, it's likely she will interfere in their investigations so she should not be given the freedom of bail.
The Judge listened to the plea of the prosecution and sent the woman back to jail custody until 25th June, 2021.
Clara Anyani Ampa was arrested in connection of the death of an 11 months old baby whom she fed " violently" at Happy Bloomers School In Accra. She was recorded on tape strangling the Baby's hands at her back into unconsciousness.
Angel TV Court room correspondent Ama Asare Brako updated the public on the Case.
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