Court Gives Police 2 Weeks To Complete Investigation Into Murder Of Naval Bolt driver

Naval Officer, LS Okyere Boateng, while operating as a Bolt driver on December 24, 2021, was burnt to death by some persons who requested his services.

Three Senior High School (SHS) students by name; Patrick Baidoo, Joseph Lord Ni Adjei Oninku, and Adolph Eshun, who reside in Ahinkofikrom, Kojokrom, and Ntankoful, respectively, were later arrested in connection with the burning to death of the Bolt driver.

They were subsequently remanded

The Sekondi District Court, presided over by Her Worship Mrs. Catherine Obiri Addo, has given police a two-week ultimatum to complete investigations into the burning of a Bolt driver at Sekondi Bakado in the Western Region.

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The court gave Chief Inspector Jennifer Acheampong and her prosecution team the order when the case was heard on Friday, January 14, 2022.

This followed the Chief Inspector’s plea to the court for more time to gather information from Vodafone and Bolt Ghana. She also said she was waiting for the postmodern report to seek advice from the Attorney General’s office

Her Worship Mrs. Catherine Obiri Addo thus directed that the investigations should be expedited.

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