Danquah’s Murder Case has reached a new dimension as another suspect has been arraigned before the court and charged for allegedly aiding Daniel Asiedu the first suspect to murder the late MP.
There has been a new development on the ongoing case of the murder late JB Danquah, former MP of Abuakwa North Constituency. Danquah’s Murder Case has reached a new dimension as a new suspect has been arraigned before the court and charged for allegedly aiding Daniel Asiedu the first suspect to murder the late MP.
The Suspect named Vincent Bosso, a mobile phone accessories dealer was arrested in an unnamed hideout. He was then arraigned in an Accra District Court today [Tuesday], and charged with conspiracy to commit murder. Bosso is said to have aided Asiedu to climb the wall into the room of the late MP on the night he died.
How it was discovered is yet to be known. However, it’s no news that Daniel Asiedu who confessed to committing the crime has been under a lot of pressure by prosecutors to name accomplices who helped him on the day the late MP died. The suspected killer Asiedu was arrested on February 11 2016 in an operation led by the Accra Regional Police commander.
According to the charge sheet, “on the night late JB Danquah died, Daniel Asiedu went to his residence at about 1:00 am with “catapult, a cutter, and a sharp knife”. He had made his way into the late MP’s residence with the help of a ladder and entered his room while he, the deceased was asleep. He began searching the room for valuables, and that was when the deceased woke up and held him leading to a fight…”
He had stabbed him a number of times causing him to bleed profusely, leading to his death. He was buried on April 16 at his home town, Akyem Old Tafo in the Eastern Region.