Funny Face Granted GHC120,000 Bail, Cleanse Himself At The Sea

 Funny Face Granted GHC120,000 Bail, Cleanse Himself At The Sea

The District Court at Kasoa Akweley has granted Funny Face GHc120,000 bail, presided over by Annie Adobor, to provide two sureties.

The former Chorkor Trotro television series star faces charges of careless and selfish driving and two counts of poorly causing damage.

While investigations continue, The Comedian and actor's appeal on the charges has yet to be accepted. The reappearance date is scheduled for May 10, 2024.

He was prosecuted on March 26, 2024, and remanded for 14 days until Tuesday, April 9, when he was permitted to bail.

It will be recalled that on Sunday, March 24, we reported that the Comedian knocked down passersby at Kasoa with his car; he was arrested that evening.

In that same report, we reported that the victims included a mother, two children walking by the roadside, and two additional adults riding motorcycles who sustained various degrees of injuries.

After getting bail, Funny Face went to Cleanse Himself At The Sea Cries on TV to beg Ghanaians to forgive and help me get back on his feet to support the victims affected.

Summary of the case

According to the case's affairs, the Prosecution, led by Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Thomas Sarfo, informed the Court that the case was still under investigation.

ASP Sarfo previously revealed that none of the victims appeared in Court since they were injured and because they are receiving treatment at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital and Kasoa Hospital.

He stated that on March 24, 2024, at around 7:50 p.m., Funny Face, a Millennium City Kasoa resident, was driving a Hyundai Atos Private automobile with registration number GN 1134-16 from Kasoa to Nyanyano.

As claimed by ASP Sarfo, when the accused arrived at Kakraba Junction on the Kasoa Nyanyano road, he knocked down a pedestrian named Theresah Quaicoe, who was about 50 years old, and her two children, Elizabeth Turkson, who was about five years old, and Robi Turkson, who was about one year old, as they attempted to cross the road.

During the process, he told the Court that Funny Face lost control of the steering wheel and collided with a motorcycle with registration number M-18-GR 1976, piloted by Sam Francis Kwesi Bible and a pillion rider, Nicholas Ashong.

Per the report from the Prosecution, victims Theresa Quaicoe and Elizabeth Turkson were referred to Korle-Bu Hospital in Accra for additional treatment.

Victim Nicholas Ashong was referred to Ridge Hospital in Accra for further treatment. He was unable to be accepted owing to a lack of beds and was returned to Kasoa Community Clinic for additional treatment.

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