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.
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.