The Police say a duplicate docket is being sent to the Attorney General for advice
The Police say investigations in the suspected murder of JB Danquah is almost complete.
A duplicate docket is being forwarded to the Attorney General’s office for advice, Prosecuting Superintendent Francis Baah told an Accra District Court when the suspected killer of the MP appeared in court on Tuesday April 19.
Daniel Asiedu, who has been charged with murder, is yet to enter a plea.
Defence Counsel Augustine Obour however prayed the court to change the remand warrant of Asiedu to Police Custody instead of Bureau of National Investigations (BNI).
The court agreed and released Asiedu into police custody.
According to the court Asiedu’s continuous stay in BNI cells was not necessary because prosecution had finished with investigations. The matter was adjourned to May 4.