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The police have received advice on the case docket of Richard Appiah, the suspect accused of murdering two youngsters in Ghana’s Bono Region and storing pieces of their corpses in a refrigerator.
The prosecution, led by Chief Inspector Richard Anane, told the Kaneshie District Court that the advice obtained from the Attorney General’s Department had given the Police further orders to carry out the case.
He stated that after following the directions, the Police will resubmit the docket to the Attorney General’s Office.
The Attorney General’s recommendation is meant to help the lower court commit the accused individual to stand trial at the High Court.
As a result, the court presided over by Ama Adomako Kwakye, delayed the case to September 14.
Appiah, a footballer, is on trial for the cold-blooded murders of Louis Agyeman and Stephen Sarpong.
The District Court upheld the footballer’s plea after he was charged with murder.
Appiah is suspected of keeping some of the victims’ body parts in a refrigerator after murdering them.
During their investigation, the police retrieved some of the body parts and intestines from a farm.
The minors were later buried.