Akosua Adjepong pleads ‘not guilty’ to fraud


Ace musician, Akosua Adjepong, has pleaded not guilty, in an Accra Circuit Court, to the counts of conspiracy to commit crime and fraudulent transaction on land.

Counsel for Akosua Adjepong (Second Accused), who is the second accused person in the case, prayed the court to grant her bail and stated that she was a single mother whose freedom when curtailed, would be detrimental to her child. He also stated that she is resident in Ghana and will be present in court whenever she is called upon.

The presiding judge, Her Honour, Priscilla Mireku, granted the second accused bail in the sum of 160,000 Ghana cedis with 3 sureties, one being a public or civil servant who earned not less than 2000 Ghana cedis per month.

Akosua Adjepong, together with one Frank Agyeman Badu, the first accused, had been arraigned before an Accra Circuit court for fraudulent land transaction and conspiracy to commit crime.

The case has been adjourned to 13th November, 2017.


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