A-G ordered to give Amoabeng evidence


The Attorney General has been asked to give all the evidence it intends to rely on in the case against Founder of the defunct UT Bank, Mr Prince Kofi Amoabeng who is standing trial for the collapse of UT Bank.

Justice Philip Bright Mensah , a Justice of the Court of Appeal sitting as a High Court judge, ordered the A-G on Thursday May 28 to serve Amoabeng, and four others with all the documents it intends to rely on for their trial.

He gave the A-G up to June 22, to file the disclosures and serve same on the defence team.

In court on Thursday, Chief State Attorney, Frances Mullen Ansah, indicated to the court that the initial return date of the case was June 23, 2020, but they had a notice that the time had been abridged to today.

She, however, told the court that they were working to have the trial documents filed and served on the accused persons with the June 23 date in mind.

Source: Laudbusiness.com/Ghana


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