The circuit court in Accra, has granted a GH₵100,000.00 bail with two sureties to a pharmacist, who allegedly posed as a medical doctor, at the Police Hospital.
Reagan Kaaiemabong is facing two other charges; possession of firearm without authority and threatening to kill two persons at the 2M Express Transport yard, at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle, in Accra.
He has denied the charges and the court presided over by Mrs. Rosemond BaahTorsu, ordered him to reappear before court on May 17, 2022.
Police Inspector Jonas Larweh told the court that Mr Suleiman Abdulai, a security man, and Richard Annor, a driver, both of the 2M Transport, were complainants in the case.
He said Kaaiemabong, who was driving, parked his car at the transport yard and started urinating at the place.
The court heard that MrAbdulaiconfronted accused about his (MrAbdulai’s) conduct, resulting in an argument between them.
InspLarweh said in the process, accused threatened MrAbdulai’s life with a pistol, adding that this attracted MrAnnor to the scene and accused allegedly pulled a gun at him, too.
Prosecution told the court that when a police patrol team arrested Kaaiemabong, he said that he was a doctor at the Police Hospital.
InspLarwehsaidpolice investigations revealed that accused was a pharmacist intern with the hospital between October 2015 and June 2016, and had since not worked with the facility. -GNA