Felix Ansah, a taxi driver, who allegedly confessed to killing many individuals for ritual functions, together with burying a pregnant lady at Ashaiman, has been granted GH¢60,000.00 bail with two sureties by an Accra Circuit Courtroom.
The court docket, presided over by Mrs Rosemond Baah Torsu, ordered suspect Ansah to report back to the police on Tuesdays each fortnight.
He’s anticipated to reappear on October 26.
The suspect indicated on Accra-based Onua TV that the burying of a pregnant lady was carried out allegedly for a former Member of Parliament for Ashaiman.
He pleaded not responsible to the cost of the publication of false information earlier than the court docket.
Police Chief Inspector Princess Tetteh Boafo, who held transient, advised the court docket that the 2 weeks’ adjournment would allow them to proceed with investigations by travelling throughout the nation based mostly on info obtained over the actions of the accused.
Defence Counsel, Theophilus Donkor, repeated his software for bail.
Mr Donkor stated the court docket had the discretion to grant bail and prayed the court docket to train its discretion in his consumer’s favour.
Moreover, counsel appealed to the court docket to make the bail delicate in order that the accused would be capable to execute identical.
Assistant Superintendent of Police Sylvester Asare, the prosecutor, prayed the court docket to order the accused to be reporting to the police as a part of the bail phrases.
The prosecution, narrating the information, advised the court docket that someday in September this 12 months, the eye of the police was drawn to a press release made or printed on the ‘Maakye present’ on Onua Tv station by the accused individual to the impact that he buried a pregnant lady alive at Ashaiman.
The Prosecutor stated upon the receipt of the knowledge, the Police launched investigations into the matter, which led to the arrest of the accused individual.
It stated preliminary investigation revealed that the accused individual was a taxi driver and resided at Weija, Accra.
The Prosecution stated it was additionally established throughout investigation that on September 2, this 12 months, on the Onua TV morning present with the host, Captain Sensible, the accused in a response to a query from the host, acknowledged that he (accused) had killed many individuals prior to now.
It stated he acknowledged that he had buried a pregnant lady alive at Ashaiman to carry out rituals for a former Member of Parliament for Ashaiman.
The Prosecution stated the Police had been, nevertheless, but to increase the investigation to the place the pregnant lady was buried.