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Lawyer for ACP, Dr. Agordzor who has been accused of attempted Coup d’état, Martin Kpebu wants his client to be released on bail. This was after the family and the Lawyer were finally given access to see him after more than 10 hours of waiting at the offices of the BNI.

ACP Agordzor who has been charged with abetment to commit treason for his alleged involvement in a  coup plot has been in BNI custody since Monday.

As early as 6am Tuesday, his family including his wife, children and lawyer were at the offices of the BNI hoping to be granted access to see him.

However, they were earlier denied access without any tangible reason. Speaking to Radio Ghana, Lawyer Martin Kpebu said they were finally granted access at 3pm to see his client.

According to him, his client is disappointed at the way he is being treated since all he did was to make a harmless comment about the economic hardship in Ghana.

According to him, his client is expected to be arraigned before the Kaneshi Dstrict Court. However, he thinks it’s a ploy by the BNI to remand him as the said court does not have the jurisdiction to try the case.

On the alleged ¢2,000.00 for the coup, Lawyer Kpebu described it as laughable and mockery of the system.

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