[GHANACRIMES.COM] —- 22 accused people who are part of the Western Togoland seccession agenda have been denied bail by the Criminal Division of the Accra High Court.
The Court presided over by Justice Ruby Adjeley Quayson said that they could not be granted bail due to the nature of the case.
The court denied the allegations that they are unduly delaying the case.
The lawyers of the accused moved their application for bail and the same was opposed by the Attorney General’s Department.
The accused persons are Michael Kwabla alias (Michael Perose Ametornu), David Leo-Love Lorneh, Francis Koku Dogbertor, Kwabena Azuma (alias Thunder), Mohammed Sekey alias (Liberia), Mustapher Yahaha alias (Staff), Hope Motey, Daniel Yevugah, Larweh Dogblo, John Kwame Wogbo, Wisdom Kuvor, Gabriel Godfred Governor, Michael Olaga alias (Sadat), Abednego Edo Dotse, Lawson Viku, Gabrial Viku, Wisdom Viku, Charles Ashiab, Zortorvi Kenni, Nene Isaac Kojo Amanor, John Fiagbenu and James Tamakloe.
All accused persons are in lawful custody except Nene Isaac Kojo Amanor who has been granted bail.
The case at the District Court has been adjourned to May 24, 2021.