Aduana’s Farouk Adams to be arraigned before court Wednesday

Aduana Stars defender Farouk Adams is set to be arraigned in court Wednesday, March 3 after he allegedly knocked down a policeman and absconded. This was confirmed by the Divisional Commander of Dormaa Ahenkro Police, Chief Supt. Anthony Appiah, in an interview with 3Sports. According to him, the incident occurred between Wamfie and Asuotiano on Monday evening. “We had an incident, a policeman who was on duty was sent to town while he was driving on a motorbike and an unknown vehicle knocked him down and absconded. “A search was conducted but he was not found till this morning around 7:00am when he was found between Wamfie and Asuotiano. “He was found dead with a motorbike beside him, the body was picked and sent to the morgue. “The police tried to gather information to see how best they can arrest the supposed driver who actually did that act.” The deceased officer’s name was given as Constable Amos Maatey Niganoko. Farouk Adams was apprehended by the police through the testimony of two local informants. He is yet to be charged by the police. “He is now in the grips of Wamfie Police Station and he may be arraigned before court [Wednesday and] investigations are still ongoing and we have to gather more information from the incident that happened in order to charge him,” Chief Supt. Appiah told 3Sports. Farouk Adams has played in 10 of Aduana’s league games this season. By Sakyibea Ofori & Francis Hema|3news.com|Ghana

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