The case involving a death threat against former president Mahama has been quashed in an Accra High Court.
This troubling case, which involves a man, Kwame Gyebi, who allegedly declared death for the then president ahead of the 2016 independence celebrations never survived the light of day in court.
It’s all due to the fact that the prosecution in the case failed to appear in court countless times.
Gyebi is reported to have to declared in a drinking spot in Dzorwulu that the president will fall to his death on 6th March 2016.
Former president John Mahama is documented to have suffered several death threats during his tenure in office – a development which saw culprits of such threats either incarcerated or freed.