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Suspects who allegedly Killed MP Danquah in 2016, will finally appear before court on April 26

An Accra High Court has fixed April 26 to launch the trial of two people supposedly engaged in the murder of J. B. Danquah Adu, Member of Parliament for Abuakwa North. 

The MP was frightfully killed at his home at Shiahsie in the year 2016. Daniel Asiedu otherwise known as Sexy Dondon and Vincent Bossu also known as Junior Agogo was named as people purportedly engaged with the executing of the previous Legislature. 

The Court directed by Mrs. Equity Lydia Osei-Marfo during the present sittings told the comprised seven-part jury that they have been called to play out a constitutional duty that was grounded under Article 125 (2) of the 1992 Constitution. 

The preliminary appointed authority advised the jury to carefully listen to the evidence and settle on current facts provided by the prosecution.

She noticed that the case had pulled in a great deal of public outcry and remarks from the "Court of Public Opinion" and the same would proceed until the end of the proceeding.

"Anything that will occur outside the confines of the preliminary should not inform your opinion. No bias, pre-sentiments and make yourselves in private and public and return a decision that is best suitable to conclude on.

 Ms. Sefakor Batse, Principal State Attorney is required to call 10 observers including a pathologist master. They would depend on records documented on November 2, a year ago. 

The court additionally during Case Management gathering and pre-pre trial meeting concurred on some timetables. 

On account of the protection group, Mr. Yaw Dankwa, one of the legal advisors for the charged people told the jury it was unfortunate that the previous Legislature has lost his life and he didn't wish that on anybody. 

Mr. Dankwa said the jury has the greatest responsibility to shape the wellbeing and security of society. 

He noticed that the jury had heard a great deal in the media and they ought not to look at the personality involved.

The guidance said the protection group in the reason for the preliminary would demonstrate and expose confirmation that Asiedu didn't execute the previous MP, adding that Bossu and Asiedu didn't act into a single unit to end the former member of parliament's life.

He said the guard group would likewise demonstrate that the Police didn't do any cross-examination to capture the true guilty parties and they simply chose to use them as scapegoats.

According to Mr. Dankwa, the real culprit parties are outliving their life happily.

Asiedu, otherwise known as, Sexy Dondon, the great suspect has prior please not guilty to all the charges labeled against him.

His assistant, Bossu, otherwise known as, Junior Agogo, a trader, likewise denied the charge before High Court in Accra.

They have since the year 2016 been on remand. 

The two charged people are being held for their supposed association in the murder of the late Legislature at his home at Shaishie, Accra, on February 8, 2016. 

The Court has made a few endeavors to have the preliminary start with difficulties of the Accused people not getting legal advisors. 

Asiedu in certain examples had asked the Court to Grant him, lawyers, from the international court of Justice.

The Court got them a legal advisor, Augustines Obuor, from Legal Aid, yet the attorney pulled out his service four years, saying, Asiedu had told the entire world including members of the jury, that he was guilty of the offense.

Following the withdrawal of Mr. Obuor's administrations, the Court got another attorney, Yaw Dankwa, likewise from Legal Aid for the Accused people. 

Mr. Dankwa demonstrated that he and two different legal counselor s were led by George Asamaning, for the accused persons.

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Abuakwa North. Daniel Asiedu Lydia Osei-Marfo Sexy Dondon Vincent


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