The case against the Marwako supervisor who allegedly dipped the face of an employee in pepper resumed today (Thursday), with the prosecution making their case through their chief witness – the victim.
Evelyn Boakye testified in court as to what happened on the fateful day, and was later cross-examined by Chaaban’s lawyer.
The judge adjourned proceedings to March 20 – and granted bail to Chaaban in the sum of Ghc 20,000.
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He was denied bail and remanded in police custody after his first court date, but gets to go home this time.
Chaaban, a Lebanese (Ghanaian?), reportedly dipped the face of Evelyn Boakye, an employee at the fast food chain owned by his brother-in-law, in pepper, after they had an argument over a blender.
She reported the issue to the police before narrating her story to the media, sparking an outcry over the treatment meted out to her.
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