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Police finalize investigations into Delta Force case

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The Police have told the Kumasi High court hearing the case involving the 13 members of the pro-New Patriotic Party (NPP) vigilante group Delta Force that they have finished with their investigations into the matter. ACP Okyere Darko, the prosecutor in the case made this known to the court on Tuesday. The case which was presided over by Mary Nsenkyire ...

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13 Delta Force members’ case adjourned again

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A Kumasi Circuit Court in the Ashanti Region has adjourned to August 8, 2017 the case involving thirteen (13) members of pro- New Patriotic Party (NPP) vigilante group, Delta Force. A representative for the prosecutor in the case, C/Inspt, Hannah Acheampong, pleaded with the court presided over by Her Honor Mary Nsenkyire for an adjournment because the prosecutor, ACP Okyere ...

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CODEO wants end to political party vigilantism

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The Coalition of Domestic Election Observers (CODEO), a civil society organization in Ghana has appealed to the media to support advocacy to end the menace of political party vigilantism which they it said has been threatening the democratic governance of the country. The Coalition appealed to the Ghanaian media to support the fight against the menace and make it the ...

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Sophia Akuffo was “evasive” on Montie 3, Delta Force case – Ablakwa

Okudzeto Ablakwa

The Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudjeto Ablakwa, has described as evasive, Chief Justice nominee, Sophia Akuffo’s answers on questions about political parties’ influences on Ghana’s judicial processes during her vetting. The Chief Justice nominee was asked at her vetting on Friday about the politicization of certain cases with specific references to the Montie three and Delta Force ...

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Citi News Daily: Monday, 29 May 2017

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Police to reopen Delta Force court raiders’ case

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The Ashanti Regional Police Command says it has commenced an operation to reopen investigations, and possibly re-arrest members of the pro New Patriotic Party (NPP) vigilante group, Delta Force, who freed thirteen of their colleagues  who were standing trial in open court. The eight suspects, who were standing trial for the offense, were set free for lack of evidence against ...

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Delta 8 could be re-arrested if … – Emile Short

Justice Emile Short

The eight Delta Force members who were freed could be re-arrested if there is enough evidence to establish that they are guilty, a former Commissioner of the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), Justice Emile Short has said. “If there is due evidence to link them with the offence, they can be re-arrested because they have only been ...

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AG wants to make K’si State Attorney a “scapegoat” – Amaliba

Gloria Akuffo

The Attorney General, Gloria Akufo only wishes to make a scapegoat out of the Kumasi State Attorney who provided advice for the freeing of the Delta Force 8 by a Kumasi Circuit Court. This is according to a member of the opposition NDC Legal Team, Abraham Amaliba. His comments follow reports that the state prosecutor, Marie- Louise Simmons has been ...

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Delta Force 8 can’t be re-arrested – Lawyer

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The Lawyer for the eight Delta Force members in the Ashanti Region who were freed recently after they allegedly raided a Kumasi court has insisted that his clients cannot be re-arrested over the same crime. The lawyer, Mathew Appiah’s comment comes on the back of several calls from especially members of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) for a possible ...

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Delta Force 8 release: Minority’s reservations unconstitutional – Amidu

Martin Amidu

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Minority in Parliament is acting unconstitutionally in its complaints on the matter of the release of the eight members of pro-New Patriotic Party (NPP) group, according to a former Attorney General, Martin Amidu. Mr. Amidu, in an article, described the Minority’s attitude as “political interference” in the duties of the Attorney General’s office, ostensibly nudging ...

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