Kombian’s murder trial adjourned

•    Johnson Kombian

• Johnson Kombian

The case involving Johnson Kombian, an alleged armed robber standing trial for the death of two policemen in the Northern Region, has been adjourned to July 2.

The trial judge, Justice Mustapha Habib Logoh, said he had been informed that the State Attorney prosecuting the case had travelled, and was praying the court to adjourn the case to July 2.

The court agreed to the request and adjourned the case accordingly.

Kombian, who was in court, had called a witness to make his case, while the prosecution has closed its case after calling six witnesses.

Kombian and his accomplices, currently on the run, are alleged to have ambushed three policemen and killed two of them on October 10, 2010.

The victims were Constables Prince Agyare and Owusu Frim-pong.

Kombian, currently on remand, has denied before a seven-member jury, the charge of conspiracy and two counts of killing the two police officers.


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