The Ghana Police Service have arrested a man suspected to have been part of the persons who cruelly murdered the late Major Maxwell Adam Mahama.
The suspect, Emmanuel Baiden, was spotted around Elubo in the Western Region, with the police moving in quickly to effect his arrest.
He was subsequently charged with murder after being arraigned before an Accra Central District Court.
The case, however, had to be adjourned to September 25 by the presiding judge, Walanyo Kotoku.
The Adjournment became necessary after the prosecutor, DSP George Amegah, prayed the court to give him more time to investigate the matter further.
The late Major Mahama was lynched by some residents of Denkyira-Obuasi on suspicion of being an armed robber.
The soldier was pelted to death with stones and other objects, despite pleading with his attackers to hear him out.
He was subsequently given a state burial by the government, with the police since mounting a search for his murderers.
19 suspects are already in the grips of the police, with Mr Baiden now becoming the 20th suspect.
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