Court adjourns Major Mahama trial

Major Maxwell Mahama
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An Accra High Court has adjourned the murder trial of the late Major Maxwell Mahama to 10th July, 2018.


The adjournment was given after prosecution explained that the third Prosecution was not available to testify.

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Fourteen people including the Assembly man of Denkyira Obuasi are standing trial for the murder of Major Maxwell Mahama in May, 2017.

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So far, the 2nd in command who was amongst the army men Major Mahama was in charge of, and a snail trader known as Maame Bono have testified as prosecution witnesses in the trial.

Source: GhanaJustice/F.Kyerematen