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Ambulance Case: Court accepts Richard Jakpa’s audio recording as evidence

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The High court in Accra has accepted into evidence the audio recording between Richard Jakpa and the Attorney General for the purposes of the cross examination of Richard Jakpa.

This is after the Office the Attorney General rejected to the relevance of the audio to the main trial.

The judge, however, after reviewing the arguments for and against its admission ruled that it should be admitted.

Lawyers for the accused, Ato Forson, have since began cross examining Richard Jakpa on the audio.

It can be recalled that the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), released a 16-minute tape as evidence to support the claims made by the third accused, Richard Jakpa, in the faulty ambulance case involving the Minority Leader, Dr. Cassiel Ato Forson.

The recording captured a conversation between Attorney General, Godfred Dame and Richard Jakpa, in which Dame allegedly coached Jakpa on the statements to make in court, specifically targeting the Minority Leader, Dr. Cassiel Ato Forson.

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