The Prosecution in the case involving the death of a social activist at Ejura, Ibrahim Muhammed, popularly called Kaaka has told the Asokwa District Court that, the Attorney General will soon make available its advice on the matter.
This was after the Kumasi High Court granted bail to two of the suspects standing trial in the matter.
The two, Fuseni Alhassan and Ibrahim Issaka, were each granted bail to the tune of GH¢70,000 with two sureties each, with one to be justified.
The elder brother of Kaaka, Iddi Mohammed, who has been accused of his alleged involvement in his brother’s death, is however still in prison custody.
Chief Superintendent Kofi Blagodzi said the judge at the Asokwa Magistrate court, Akua Adu Boahen, expects the prosecutors to tender the advice.
He is, however, not surprised at the bail granted to the two suspects as the case is still pending before the court.
The hearing continues on April 11.
The three suspects were arrested after some irate youth of Ejura attacked them, following the death of Kaaka Macho, after 3 days of admission at the Komfo Anokye Hospital.
The death of Kaaka Macho sparked clashes, leading to the killing of two others in the community.
SOURCE: DAILY MAIL GH