Lawyer Patrick Kusi Oboadum has Advised the parents of the young man who was Murdered for Sakawa at Kasoa to stop following the case and seek for peace and reunion because even if the boys are found guilty, legally they will be in jail for only 3 years in a well catered bolster home.
He further added that, no Judge can go beyond that. This is because the children are minors or juviniles. He added that only the Ministry of Gender could petition the Attorney General to extend a sentence if they feel unsatisfied.
Even with that, the Gender minister will have to reopen the case and prove her point. He advised that, even in the bolster home, the boys will be treated good because they are young. After three years they will be reintegrated into the society.
These Are the main reasons why he is advising the parents to let bygones be bygones and let God be the judge instead of the Court because he is a lawyer and he knows what he is saying.
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