Sexy Don Don breaks down in court, pleads with ghost of late JB Danquah Adu to stop haunting him

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One of the alleged killers of former Abuakwa North MP, JB Danquah Adu this morning, broke down in a tears lamenting how the ghost of the slain MP is tormenting him.

Daniel Asiedu, together with another person, Vincent Bosso are standing trial at the Accra High court for their role in the 2016 murder of the late JB Danquah Adu.

Amidst intermittent sobs in court today, Daniel Asiedu, popularly known as “Sexy Don Don” narrated how he was unable to sleep for some time now due to those scary experiences at night.

Daniel Asiedu also exonerated the other accused person, Vincent Bosso and pleaded with the court to discharge him since he [Bosso] is innocent of the murder charge.

The late MP was stabbed to death at his Shiashie residence on Tuesday, February 9, 2016.

Even though “Sexy Don Don” was arrested two days after the murder, the case has dragged in the court setting many tongues wagging.

Consistently he has fingered some unnamed individuals with political connections as those who contracted him to kill the MP.

Just before adjournment of today’s proceedings, Daniel Asiedu lamented over the unnecessary delay in the case saying he wanted to confess his sins and begged the family of the slain MP to forgive him.

“I have now given my life to God; I want to tell the truth so that the MP’s family will forgive me,” he said amidst tears.

Presiding Judge, Justice Lydia Osei Marfo in response enquired from the accused person whether his confession was captured in his statement to the police, to which he replied in the affirmative.

 

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