On Wednesday, May 17, 2017, the Attorney General has dropped charges against the eight members of vigilante group Delta Force
The Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu said the accused persons should be re-arrested and re-arraigned before the court.
He said the President must immediately show leadership on the release of the vigilante group.
He said the decision to discontinue the case for want of evidence is "an abuse of discretion, it is capricious."
On Wednesday, May 17, 2017, the Attorney General has dropped charges against the eight members of vigilante group Delta Force.
The eight accused persons were suspected to have aided the escape of 13 of their members who were standing trial for hooliganism.
The court took decision after the prosecution told the court the court it had dropped the charges against the eight.
Explaining their decision, the prosecutor, ACP Okyere Darko, said after investigations, they did not have enough evidence to support the charges levelled against the accused persons.
"We find it very bizarre that the Hon. Attorney-General, Ms Gloria Akufo, who assured the entire citizenry of her commitment to fairness ....will claim that she exercised the said constitutional discretion on grounds merely that there was a lack of evidence," he noted.