The Ho High Court has for the second time adjourned the case against the founder and leader of the separatist group, the Homeland Study Group Foundation, Charles Kormi Kudjordji, also known as Papavi.
The case will now be heard on August 31, 2021.
The court, presided over by Felix Datsomor, adjourned the case after the lawyer for the accused requested that the names of suspects who were declared “at large” be added to a new charge sheet, which consists of eight suspects.
Eleven persons were initially charged. An additional eight suspects were arrested and three were declared “at large” including Mr. Kudjordji.
Two of the suspects are currently on the wanted list of the Ghana Police after the arrest of Papavi at his residence in Ho on Wednesday, July 28, 2021.
According to the lawyer for the accused persons, per the new charge sheet, Papavi’s name was not added, and that he wants the court to add his name to the new charge sheet.
He suggested to the court to arrest those at large and add them to the new charge sheet for prosecution.
The court granted the plea of the lawyer for the accused and adjourned the case.