The Founder of the International God's Way Church (IGWU), Bishop Daniel Obinim, and Kwabena Okeyere's case under the watchful eye of an Accra District Court on the charges of supposed fabrication, has been released.
It follows the wish by the investigators working on it, driven by Detective Sergeant Richard Amoah, to pull out the charges evened out against the denounced people, reports dailyguidenetwork.com.
Louis Yiadom Boakye who held brief for Dela Blagogee Esq. of Blagogee, Blacksword and Co. told the court that the safeguard had from the earliest starting point kept up that Bishop Obinim was guiltless.
They had additionally kept up that if the arraignment saw it fit to pull out the case, they would not be against it.
Accordingly, the court struck out the case and pulled out and released the charged people.
The charged had before now been going under the steady gaze of the court for around 11 months.
Priest Daniel Obinim was under the watchful eye of the court with others over claims of fraud of police reports and distribution of bogus news as opposed to Section 159 (c) of 29, 1960.
They had manufactured and distributed data that the police needed to capture one Isaac Opoku, an inhabitant of Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.
This happened because of what arraignment said was on the grounds that Bishop Obinim had stored some GH¢51,280 into the ledger of Isaac Opoku.
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