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Court adjourns ‘kidnappers’ case again

A Takoradi District Magistrate court has once again adjourned a case in which two Nigerians are standing trial for allegedly kidnapping and murdering four girls from Western Region’s city of Takoradi to March 19, 2020.

On February 5 the State Attorney, Adeliade Kobiri-Woode, dropped the previous charge of kidnappings against the accused two persons John Orji and Sam Udoetuk Wills and rather preferred a fresh charge of murder.

Police Prosecutor Chief Inspector Bernard Paa Arhinsah told the court presided over by His lordship Michael Ampadu to adjourn the case to allow the Attorney General’s Office further conclude a bill of indictment for committal proceedings to commence.

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Source: Starrfm.com.gh

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