- An judge has ordered parties in a land case involving popular musician, Akosua Agyapong, to refrain from verbally abusing each other
- The court gave the advice after the counsel for the defendant, B.T Agbalie, disclosed that the plaintiff verbally abuses his clients
- Akosua Agyapong has pleaded not guilty, and is on bail in the sum of GHC 160,000, with three sureties, one of whom is to be justified.
An Accra Circuit court, presided over by Priscilla Dapaah, has advised the parties in a GHC 105,000 land deal to desist from verbally attacking each other while they are in court.
The case, which involves popular Ghanaian musician, Akosua Agyapong, Jonas Asamoah, the complainant and Frank Agyemang, a contractor, is still in court.
The parties have been advised to restrain themselves and desist from abusing each other.
The court gave the advice, after the counsel for the musician, B.T Agbalie, revealed that Asamoah had been verbally assaulting the two accused whenever they appear before the High and Circuit Courts.
The lawyer also prayed the court to furnish them with copies of site plan of the disputed land. According to him, the said site plan was in a RAV 4 vehicle taken away by the complainant.
The prosecuting attorney, Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Agnes Boafo, however countered by saying that the defence counsels have all the necessary documents.
Akosua and her accomplice Agyemang, a businessman, have been charged with conspiracy to commit crime and fraudulent transaction of land.
The two pleaded not guilty and are on bail in the sum of GH¢ 160,000.00 with three sureties, one of whom is to be justified.
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