The trial of the case involving the four kidnapped and murdered Takoradi girls has been adjourned to January 28, 2021.
The Sekondi High Court presided over by His Lordship, Richard Adjei Frimpong, ensured that all the 23 witnesses to the case were brought to court to testify.
The four girls were later confirmed murdered by two Nigerian suspects Samuel Wills and John Oji.
The last witness, who was presented to the Court by the Prosecutor, Detective Chief Inspector Dorcas Asare, was cross-examined after six days of questioning.
The court will, therefore, resume sitting on 28th January 2021 for ruling to be given on the plea of the second accused, who is pleading not guilty and should be set free.
The presiding judge has been promoted to the Court of Appeal but can’t relinquish the trial of this case, hence will continue until the final ruling is given.
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