Tadi ‘Missing’ Girls Trial: Judge cautions jury against absenteeism

missing Tadi girls
missing Tadi girls

A judge of the Court of Appeal, Richard Adjei Frimpong, has expressed his displeasure in some judges. He represents as supporting High Court judge and is displeased with the absenteeism exhibited by one member of the jury. The case was brought before the Secondi High Court on Wednesday August 12, 2020 for hearing.

The Court of Appeal judge had made it known that the smoothness of the court trial will be affected if this behavior of absenteeism continues. He also warned the members of the jury that they might face imprisonment or huge fines imposed on them is they do not refrain from such acts which is dear to the hearts of Ghanaians.

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This issue is of public interest as these issues stormed the nation with great fear. Another reason he made is that, these issues are related to the security of the nation as the Taadi girls were missen.

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At the hearing on August 12, 2020, the prosecution officer tendered in the statements by witnesses. This was after the counsel for the accused objected to some of the claims of the witness.

The second hearing of the case has been adjourned to Thursday, August 13, 2020. The objection by the Counsel for the accused would continue.