“My Lord, l do not know of any invisible forces within the party,” he said.


Mr Essuman was answering question through a cross-examination from Mr Abdul Aziz Mohammed, counsel for the 11 accused persons held in relation to the ransacking of the party’s headquarters.

The accused persons include Bismark Osei Danso, a contractor and Ali Iddrisu, a unemployed.

The rest are Razak Ebenezer Aduful, Abdulai Wudu, Kwame Adu Annan, Nii Teiko Ayi-Bontey, Micheal Agoha, Shamzu Dinni, Obed Yawson, Rakia Ali Mohammed and Ben Okyere .

They were charged with unlawful entry; being on premises for unlawful purpose and causing unlawful damage.

They pleaded not guilty to all the charges and were granted bail in the sum of GHȼ10,000.00 with two sureties each.

They were said to have unlawfully entered the premises of the NPP with the intent to commit crime and intentionally causing damage to 14 wooden doors of the office worth GHȼ 28,000.00.

The counsel for the accused persons tendered a newspaper publication on the NPP raid through the prosecution witness.

The Court then adjourned the case to Wednesday January 13.



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