Man who attempted suicide on the President’s convoy granted bail
A man named Seth Nana Amowi, who allegedly attempted suicide by jumping in front of the President’s convoy has been granted bail a high court.
Mr. Amowi is accused of jumping in front of the President’s convoy around the Ako Adjei interchange, after hiding close to the Jubilee House, awaiting the President’s convoy. The prosecution in the case told the court Amowi started hitting the President’s car and lay on the bonnet and it took the security a great effort to get him off the way.
According to the accused in a caution statement o the police, he tried to petition the president on the hardship in the country as a youth but to no avail hence, his actions on August 7.
He had a letter with suggestions to the country’s problems such as taxing churches and private cars to raise money to resolve the problems.
Seth Nana Amowi was granted bail to the tune of GHc20,000 with a single surety to be justified. He is to reappear before the court on 26th September.