Farmer Remanded For Allegedly Killing Two Women
The Asokwa District Court has remanded into police custody a 25-year-old farmer, Godfred Aladago, who allegedly killed two women at Bomfa near Tepa in the Ashanti Region.
According to the Assembly member for the Tepa Zongo electoral area, Issah Mohammed noted that the accused person had a misunderstanding with one Elijah, and after he failed to meet him and attack him, he then resorted to killing his wife and sister.
Some of the residents also said the accused person reported himself to the police after allegedly committing the act.
However the community gathered at the police station demanding him to be released, and for them to lynch him, but the police refused them.
He was later transferred to the Ashanti regional police command and charged with murder.
The Asokwa District court on Wednesday appear for a hearing of the case, the prosecutor who is also the Ashanti regional head of legal and prosecutions, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Kofi Blagodzi prayed the court to remand the accused person, which the Magistrate, Her Worship Afia Densi Asare-Kyire agreed.
The suspect is expected to reappear before the court on 1st July 2022.
“The is a murder case, so we didn’t take the plea of the accused person. We have to present the accused person to the court of the first instance, which is the district court which was what happened. So we just prayed to the court for a remand while the police continued with their investigations. It has been adjourned to 1st July 2022,” the prosecutor, ACP Kofi Blagodzi said.