It has been almost 6 years since the Late J.B Danquah Adu, a Ghanaian chartered accountant and politician from a prominent political family was murdered at his residence after he came back from a meeting.
Today, the case was set up in court for the law to deal with the perpetrators of such a crime. According to a report made by Angel Fm’s correspondent from the court, the driver of the late politician was made to answer some questions regarding the death of the man.
And according to the driver, he has never entered the house or even the hall of the man before but always stays on the compound whenever he reports to work. And before the tragic incident took place, he took him to his meetings and brought him home around 11 am and went back to his house and when he was called that the man had been killed, he couldn't come to the house because he stays at Kasoa, where it is difficult to get a car at night.
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