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TAMALE COURT REMANDS FOUR PERSONS FOR THEIR ROLES IN ATTEMPTING TO FREE A SUSPECT IN LAWFUL CUSTODY!

Students of the Ambariya senior high at Vittin barrier and some of their Arabic instructors, invaded the court in solidarity with some four persons that were arraigned before a judge on November 7th 2018.

The four persons were among a group that stormed the Tamale District police station to forcibly free one Aminu Luckman who had been picked by the police for questioning in a land litigation case and for destruction of property.

The police managed to apprehend the four and arraigned them before a court in Tamale on Wednesday 7th November 2018.

The pleas of four suspects; Mustapha Abdul Razak, Abdulai Faruk, Mohammed Muniru, and Yakubu Abdul Aziz  were not taken and were remanded into police custody by the Tamale circuit court to reappear on November 28.

Meanwhile the first suspect Aminu Luckman, who they had gone with the intention to free from police custody, has been granted bailed by court.

The group numbering over thirty, on Tuesday, November 6, stormed the police station to forcibly free Aminu. The Police resorted to firing some warning shots to disperse the crowd.

Aminu Luckman the first suspect was picked up by the police for allegedly using a heavy-duty machine to destroy construction materials on a disputed land, between Ambariya senior high school and the late Professor Abukari Alhassan.

 

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