Broadcast Live The Trial Of Late Capt. Mahama’s Suspected Murderers – Kojo Opong Nkrumah


Deputy Minister Of Information, Kojo Opong Nkrumah has called for the trial of all arrested persons in connection with the gruesome murder of Late Capt. Maxwel Mahama to be televised for all to watch.

In an interview with Citi News, the Deputy Minister noted that by that means “a message will be sent to everybody, not just this one, but of other crimes that are widely publicized. The message will be sent to everybody that these actions have consequences.”

My argument is that, Capt. Mahama’s death ought not to be in vain. And my belief is that one of the ways to ensure this is that, the police investigation is done with a legal eye, with an eye to ensure that we will get a conviction at the end of the day. And I am hopeful and optimistic that, that is being done at this moment. As a Member of Parliament, I’m saying that we should all remind ourselves that, this must be done.

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The MP for Ofoase Ayeribi Constituency reiterated that such move will be a strong deterrent and accordingly Capt. Maxwell Mahama’s death should not be in vain.

Via Citi News:

My argument is that, Capt. Mahama’s death ought not to be in vain. And my belief is that one of the ways to ensure this is that, the police investigation is done with a legal eye, with an eye to ensure that we will get a conviction at the end of the day. And I am hopeful and optimistic that, that is being done at this moment. As a Member of Parliament, I’m saying that we should all remind ourselves that, this must be done.”

“This is my personal advocacy, that if possible, even this trial and possible conviction should be televised live on national television because this gruesome murder has literally been televised on social media, everybody has seen it. It will be important as part of the corrective measures to let everybody see the consequences of this act.” Mr Opong Nkrumah added.

So far, William Baah, Assemblyman and teacher, 36, farmer; Yaw Antwi, 32, farmer; Bismarck Donkor, 36, farmer; Kofi Badu, 29, farmer; Kofi Nyame, 29, farmer; Anthony Amoah, 23, Okada operator and Philip Badu, 30, a prison assistant have all been arrested in connection to the crime.



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