The cell phones of three individuals connected to the murder of Kikibee Restaurant owner Bennette Agyekum Adomah have been made available to the police by a Madina District Court.
To get the call logs on those phones, the police have access to the phones of the deceased Mr. Adomah, the deceased Mam Yandey Joof, the deceased putative girlfriend, and one Roy Addy Lamptey.
The court also requested copies of Adomah’s autopsy report from the Police for it and the defense team.
The prosecution in the case informed the Ms. Sussan Nyarkotey-presiding court that they were requesting access to three people’s phones because they believe there is a “conspiracy.”
Inspector Jameson Awumey, in the meantime, briefed the court on the completion of Adomah’s autopsy report.
The report’s findings were not made public, though.
The prosecution’s plea was rejected by defense attorney Muniru Kassim, who contended that the police ought to file the official application and that they were basing their inquiry on suspicion.
Some of the accused people’s relatives were overjoyed when the defense attorney told them the postmortem report “was good,” implying that it would work in their favor shortly after the court sessions.
The case has been postponed by the court until November 30, 2023.
The District Court has remanded Mam Yandey Joof, the girlfriend who is being imprisoned on a murder accusation.
According to the prosecution, the accused and the dead had been romantically involved for the previous three years.
According to the prosecutor, the deceased left the nation three months ago and arrived back on October 7, 2023.
Following his arrival, Adomah allegedly went to his East Legon home at about 1800 hours and then to his restaurant there as well.
Adomah left the restaurant at around 12:30 in the morning on October 8, 2023, according to the prosecution, to go see the accused at her home in Ogbojo, which is close to Madina.
According to the report, Adomah started acting strangely and throwing objects around the room at around 1:30 in the morning, crying out that someone was after him.
The prosecution claimed that several occupants in the residence were awakened by the deceased’s screams.
It said that Joof then purportedly summoned one of the deceased’s friends to come to her home and assist her.
The dead was discovered in the kitchen, lying in a pool of blood, when the aforementioned buddy arrived.
According to the prosecution, a few residents in the home assisted the accused and the friend of the dead in transporting the latter to DEL Hospital in East Legon.
It stated that Mr. Adomah passed away soon after arriving.
The prosecutor stated that the corpse was transferred to the Police Hospital for preservation and autopsy after a report was filed.
At the scene, the prosecutor said some pieces of broken ceramic glasses with blood stains were found at Joof’s apartment.
It said when the body was inspected, there was a cut on the deceased left thumb.