The suspended national chairman of the New Patriotic Party Paul Afoko has said some members of the party will soon be dragged to the dock in the ongoing trial regarding the murder of their Upper East regional chairman.
Afoko whose brother, Gregory Afoko, is standing trial for the gruesome killing of Adams Mahama last year, has alleged he has information which implicates some members of the Danquah-Busia-Dombo tradition.
Speaking to Bola Ray on Starr Chat Wednesday, the businessman said he is confident that his brother is innocent of the accusations.
“I’m happy that finally the Attorney General’s Department after keeping my brother in custody for close to one year, has finally gotten their acts together and say they are now ready for the trial because they have evidence. There are things that will come out at the trial and I have evidence which I have handed to the police.
“Some members of my party should be prepared, they will enter the dock…I didn’t force them to write letters to me as the National Chairman six months before Adams died, making certain allegations. As I speak they know themselves…we are ready for the trial”.
Adams Mahama died at the Bolgatanga Regional Hospital after he was bathed with acid whiles entering his home in May last year.