Two of the suspects in the murder of JB Danquah-Adu, Daniel Asiedu and Bosso are on remand for killing the late politician but a CitiFM report monitored indicates that a third suspect is likely to be arraigned before the court today, Monday, May 23.
The Abuakwa North parliamentarian was slain in February this year at his residence at Shiashi in Accra, where he lived with his family.
A first suspect, 19-year old Asiedu who was subsequently arrested and charged with “intentionally” and “unlawfully” causing the murder of the member of Parliament claimed he had gone there with two other people.
A second suspect Vincent Bosso, was on May 10, 2016 also charged with conspiracy to commit murder and has since been remanded by an Accra District Court.
Daniel Asiedu last week allegedly claimed in a statement that he and two other people were contracted to kill JB Danquah by a parliamentarian.