The 13 members are to serve 12 months in jail in default. The court presided over by Korkor Achaw Owusu has also ordered the members to sign a bond of good behaviour for 12 months.
The thirteen members of the Delta Force vigilante group aligned to the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) who escaped from the Circuit Court in Kumasi have been sentenced to a total of GH¢23,400.
The 13 pleaded guilty to the offence of escaping from lawful custody, and were fined GH¢1,800 each or serve 12 months in jail in default by the Asokwa District Court in Kumasi when they were arraigned on Thursday.
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The court presided over by Korkor Achaw Owusu has also ordered the members to sign a bond of good behaviour for 12 months.
They were charged for escaping from lawful custody after a group of young men believed to be their colleagues in the Delta Force stormed the court to free them following a two-week remand slapped on them.
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The prosecutor, ACP Okyere Darko, told the court presided over by Her Honor, Mary Nsenkyire Tuesday October 10, that, the Attorney General had withdrawn all the earlier charges.
The 13 are Kojo Fosu Bamba aka Kojo Bamba, Awal Sadat Abubakar, Abubakar Sadiq Abuhammed, Jamil Issa, Hamza Mohammed, Salu Issahak, Akwasi Owusu, Kwabena Owusu, Kofi Kyei, Eggya Boadi, Salu Yussif, Yussif Salu and Kwaku Awortwe.
Before their escape and eventual return to custody, the 13 faced charges of a conspiracy to commit crime, assault on a public officer, causing unlawful damage and preventing a public officer from performing his lawful duties.