Two of the five accused persons in the Aisha Galamsey trial failed to meet the bail conditions set by the court but were still granted bail together with the other three who met the bail conditions fully.
All five accused persons were expected to have submitted their passports at the registry of the court, however, only three were able to do same.
The two who were unable to submit their passports were however granted bail together with the other three.
The senior state Attorney handling the case, Mercy Arthur told the court that she is taken aback by the fact that the accused persons who were unable to comply with the bail conditions were still granted bail.
The presiding judge, Justice Charles Edward Ekow Baiden has ordered that the registrar of the court who was supposed to see to it that the accused persons comply with the court order and also take custody of the passports be dragged to his court immediately to show why the two accused persons were released without meeting fully the bail conditions pronounced on them.
The registrar of the court could not give any justifiable reasons to the presiding judge leading to the decision of judge to rescind the grant of bail. The two have been ordered to be rearrested and to be remanded into prison custody until they are able to meet the bail conditions.
Meanwhile, State Attorneys prosecuting the Galamsey Queen Aisha Huang have failed to file their charge sheet and brief facts at the registry of the Criminal High court two weeks after the criminal high court 4 presided over by Justice Charles Edward Ekow Baiden granted bail to the accused persons and ordered the state to amend its charge sheet and brief facts and refile same.
The state Attorney handling the case Mercy Arthur today told the court that they could not comply with the seven day order to refile their charge sheet and brief facts.
She therefore pleaded with the court to grant them a bit of time to comply with the orders.