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Delta Force: Duo remanded for alleged attack on MP

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The two Delta Force members who were arrested by the police over the attack on the Monitoring and Evaluation Minister Dr. Anthony Akoto Osei have been remanded into police custody by a Kumasi Circuit court.
The two with their colleagues scuttled an NPP meeting in Tafo, chasing out the Member of Parliament for the Area, Dr Akoto-Osei and the MCE.
Leadership of the group has since apologised and begged for leniency, which was disregarded by the court Wednesday.
According to the Prosecutor, Phillip Dagbre, the police haven’t concluded investigation into the arrest, and three other members are still on the run.
He said his office prayed the court, presided over by Mrs Lydia Osei-Marfo, to remand them into police custody, to re-appear before the court on October 24, which was heeded.
Counsel for the accused, William Kusi, disagreed with the decision of the court, saying the case at hand is a misdemeanor besides the suspects are not connected to the case.
The Lawyer insisted that the duo had nothing to do with the disturbances that occurred.

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