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T’adi ‘Silicon belly’ woman finally leaves police custody

T'adi 'Silicon belly’ woman finally leaves police custody

T’adi ‘Silicon belly’ woman finally leaves police custody

Josephine Panyin Mensah has at long last left the custody of the police seven days after she was allowed a GHS50,000 bail with two sureties to be justified.

Notwithstanding the bail, she stayed in the guardianship of the police since she was unable to meet the bail conditions.

The 28-year-old spouse faked her pregnancy and kidnapping in Takoradi, Western Region.

She later admitted to the wrongdoing to the police and was charged for peddling falsehood and deceitfully creating fear and punick.

TTakoradi Habour Circuit Court ‘A’ managed by His Honour Michael Cudjoe Ampadu on Monday, 27 September 2021, granted the bail. However she was unable to fulfill the bail conditions.

The Lead Counsel for the accused Mr Philip Fiifi Buckman, said at the time that the family was gathering assets together to meet the bail bond.

“I went to some different cases however from my checks from the police headquarters, the family couldn’t meet the justification today [Monday, 27 September 2021] and I accept tomorrow [28 September 2021] God willing, we ought to have the option to meet the conditions and take her home.”

‘Silicon tummy’ woman Josephine Panyin Mensah will reappear in court 14 October 2021.

Source: Editors

T'adi 'Silicon belly’ woman finally leaves police custody

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