Isaac Eshun, operator of the Zen filling station in Mankessim who allegedly shot and killed a police officer is continue to in law enforcement custody even with becoming granted bail by a courtroom in Cape Coastline.
His driver Emmanuel Eshun has also not been introduced.
According to Eshun’s law firm, Daniel Arthur, the Attorney General’s Office has filed an charm from the bail.
“The Attorney-General’s business submitted an enchantment against the bail and also coupled it with an application for continue to be so that is the reason why they are not going with the sureties even nevertheless the sureties were easily obtainable,” Daniel Arthur added.
Talking to Citi News, Daniel Arthur indicated that while they Attorney-General’s workplace has filed an attractiveness from the bail they are ready to be served correctly.
“Once an application has been triggered to stay the orders of the courtroom we may perhaps have to deal with the orders of the application and regretably we had not been served so that is what we are doing work on so we will also react appropriately,” the lawyer reported.
In accordance to law firm for the accused individuals, even though they will offer with the software, they are hopeful the court will toss away the application.
“For me, I do not have any problem for the reason that the moment they are applying the authorized approach that could be one thing that we can not dilemma but we are also conversing about issues of human legal rights. Somebody’s suitable of liberty has been restricted for the reason that of an allegation of murder and the condition is also using the lawful approach to frustrate the total procedure,” Daniel Arthur included.
The incident happened in January 2020.
The officer, who was not on responsibility, was located with gunshot wounds at about 200 meters away from a nearby crime scene.
Law enforcement experienced officially cited the robbers who robbed Mr. Eshun’s gas station as the primary suspects in the situation.
The police announced a GHS10,000 reward for information top to the arrest of the suspected robbers.
The law enforcement said cartridges from a shotgun belonging to the proprietor of Zen filling station, Isaac Eshun matched the cartridges uncovered on Lance Corporal Kingsley Boahene who was discovered useless 200 metres away from the criminal offense scene.
The circumstance so significantly
Previously past month, the Cape Coast District Magistrate Courtroom remanded Isaac Eshun and his accomplice Benjamin Eshun into police custody to reappear all over again on February 7, 2020.
But the law firm for the accused people, Daniel Arthur of Beduwa Chambers who believed in the innocence of his clients pushed the make a difference to the Substantial Courtroom to demand from customers bail for his consumers.