Police examiners have been given fourteen days to build up the genuine age of one of the two high school denounced people, said to have killed 10-year-old Ishmael Mensah Abdallah at Kasoa. The Ofaakor District Court, directed by Mr Samuel Adjei provided the request when the case came okay with hearing on Tuesday, April 20, 2021.
This is on the grounds that the examiners have since not had the option to tell the court the real age of one of the blamed people, Felix Nyarko who has been accused of homicide and intrigue to submit murder with Nicholas Kini, 18.
The police had at first told the court that Felix Nyarko was 16-years of age yet said they were all the while examining since the age has not been affirmed by the guardians. The court has additionally inside the equivalent time period requested the arraignment to close the agenda and forward it to the Attorney-General for exhortation.
The police arraignment drove by Chief reviewer Ernest Agbo on Tuesday told the court that, they were yet to close compromise of the age of the originally charged individual, Felix Nyarko whose age was given as 16.
The charged people have been remanded to return on May 4, 2021.
Family concerns In the mean time, the group of the late 10-year-old Ishmael Mensah Abdallah have communicated worry about the examiners delay in building up the genuine age of one of the blamed people saying this will defer the arraignment.
They said for issues old enough, the accept the agents ought to have gone pass that stage at this point.
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