Court Remands Farouk Adams For 2 Weeks

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Aduana Stars defender, Farouk Adams was today March 4, 2021, was remanded by the Berekum Circuit Court. Farouk Adams was remanded into police custody for two weeks by the trial judge His Lordship Osei Kofi Amoako.

He will reappear on March 18, 2021. Farouk Adams was arrested by the police in Wamfie for incidentally killing a police officer. He  allegedly hit the police officer who was riding on his motorbike with his vehicle on the Berekum-Wamfie road killing him on the spot.

He was supposed to appear before the Fiapre Circuit Court in the Sunyani West Municipality, but the Berekum Circuit Court in the Berekum Municipality head the case. Joy Sports can report that no reason was given for the change.

Lawyer Baffour Akoto, who represented Adams in court, was satisfied with the ruling, saying his client will be safe in police custody instead of basic custody, which was an option for the court.

He revealed pleading to the court for Adams to be released on bail, however, prosecutors insisted that the footballer is a flight risk.

Below is a video link of Farouk Adams lawyer explaining the court proceeding to the media;



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