JB ‘Killer’ Fingers Obiri Boahen
There was drama yesterday at the trial of the two persons accused of murdering Joseph Boakye Danquah-Adu, the Member of Parliament for Abuakwa North Constituency in the Eastern Region.
The accused Daniel Asiedu, 19, aka Sexy Don Don – a phone dealer is sure private legal practitioner, Nana Obiri Boahen, a known NPP member who is watching brief for the family and the party knows what led to the death of the legislator.
According to the visibly miffed phone dealer who was not allowed to speak in court, Mr. Obiri Boahen knows what caused the death of the late MP and challenged him to come out and speak.
He said Nana Obiri Boahene is aware the NPP used JB Danquah for their ritual and should know that some power overrides others.
Sexy Don Don vowed that he would not rest as the NPP used the MP for Sacrifice and would soon go the International Criminal Court (ICC) for them to investigate the case.
The accused on June 21 this year claimed he was contracted by some people within the governing NPP to kill the politician, who was a member of the same party.
He claims his “contractors” told him to indict certain persons in the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) instead of the NPP in the event of his arrest.
Meanwhile, the court has adjourned the case after the prosecutor, DSP George Amegah pleaded with the court for an adjournment because the prosecution was still awaiting for the advice and committal from the Attorney General.
The court presided over by Arit Nsemoh, adjourned the case to September15.
Later in an interaction with journalist Mr. Obiri Boahen rubbished the allegation of Sexy Don Don he ought to be taken be taken seriously.
Sexy Don Don is in the dock with one Vincent Bosso aka Junior Agogo – a phone repairer over the murder of the legislator fondly called JB.
The accused persons were earlier dragged before the Court two days after an Accra High Court had discharged them over the murder of the legislator.
The Attorney General and Minister for Justice had earlier entered Nolle Prosequi (NP) to drop previous charges against the accused persons in respect of the case which was at the stage of empaneling a seven-member jury for the trial.
By: Jeffrey De-Graft Johnson