An Accra Circuit Court has discharged three more persons alleged to have participated in activities aimed at seceeding parts of the Volta Region from Ghana. The suspects are Bright Sosu, Desmond Sosu and Francis Kudjo Wor.
They were originally part of a group of 27 who were charged with conspiracy and treason felony, among other crimes, and for allegedly being part of an organization that sought to form a breakaway country to be called Western Togoland.
The court, presided over by Rosemond Baah Tosu had earlier discharged 22 of the accused persons who belonged to another set of suspects who had been arraigned.
The court discharged the three yesterday after the prosecution presented a new charge sheet that excluded them from a new list that contained the names of 24 accused persons.
The Prosecutor, ASP Sylvester Asare, told the court that following investigations, the prosecution had dropped charges against the three.