The suspected killer of the Police officers at Gomoa Buduburam, Eric Kojo Duah, and six other accomplices were on Monday arraigned before the Kaneshie District court in Accra.

The suspects were brought to court amidst heavily armed CID personnel. This was their first appearance in court after the crime was committed last week.

They were charged with four counts: murder, conspiracy to commit murder and abetment.

The court presided over by Mrs Roesemond Douduwa Agyire remanded the suspects into BNI custody after hearing lasted less than five minutes.

Meanwhile, the case has been adjourned to September, 26, 2019.

Duah was arrested onboard black Golf no. GW 5972 — 18 with a plaster on his left side of his face heading towards the Volta region.

He was arrested upon a tipoff by a police officer on duty at Atimpoku bridge in the Eastern Region.

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