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Attorney General – Stop dealing with Delta force

Previous Member of Parliament for North Dayi George Loh has scathingly chastised the Attorney General for what he called an unfortunate treatment of the case including eight individuals from the vigilante assembles Delta Force.

A Kumasi Circuit Court Wednesday, May 17, 2017, struck out the body of evidence against the eight who professedly helped the escape of 13 of their associates standing trial for ambushing the president’s Security Coordinator for the Ashanti district.

Accused of creating unsettling influences in court, opposing capture and saving people in legal guardianship, they were discharged by the court directed by her Honor Patricia Amponsah for the absence of confirmation after Acp Darko documented a nolle prosequi to cease the case.

Their discharge rankled the Minority in Parliament and an area of Ghanaians.

In an offered to absolve the Attorney General Gloria Akuffo from the scandalous arrival of the eight, the Information Minister Mustapha Hamid said in an announcement that the Attorney General was ignorant of the choice by ACP Darko to stop the case—an attestation the legal counselor for the eight, Mathew Appiah depicted as defective.

Remarking on the advancement Friday, May 19, 2017, on Morning Starr, Mr. Loh agreed with the legal advisor of the eight chastening the Attorney General and her group for expert carelessness.

The Attorney General and her two appointees must quit resting, wake up from your sleep and make the best choice for mother Ghana, he said.

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