An Accra magistrate court has granted bail to five of the six people for the murder of the two expats at Akwamu in the Eastern region.
A Human Rights court has granted bail to five out of six suspects alleged to involved in the killing of two African Americans at Akwamufie in the Eastern Region.
The five were granted bail to the sum of hundred thousand cedes without any surety after the sixth suspect Anokye Frimpong, confessed in court to killing the two people.
Anokye Frimpong is said to have demonstrated to the police how he murdered the two sisters at Akwamufie before burying them few meters from their home.
The Five Nana Appia-Nti III, a mechanic, Nana Obiri Yeboah, a farmer, Brenda Kareema Mohammed, a pensioner, Yazid Alazim Mohammed, a businessman and Mensah Kamaugogo Muata, a surgeon assistant have been charged with conspiracy to commit crime to wit murder.
The two deceased people Mamlena, 75, and 69-year-old Nzinga were kidnapped, murdered and buried in a shallow grave.
Their bodies were exhumed after Acting President of the Akwamu Traditional Council dispatched over 70 people to complement a police search for the two when it became apparent they had gone missing.