The Circuit Court in Cape Coast has granted some four suspects bail after being accused of instigating violence at a registration centre.
The four were accused of firing gunshots at the Step to Christ registration centre in the Awutu Senya East constituency in the Central Region.
They were sent to court this on July 21, 2020 but were granted bail with some conditions.
One of the conditions is that they are to report to the Kasoa Divisional Police Command every Tuesday.
There were two surities attached as well, one should be a government worker and a sum of GHC30,000.
Meanwhile there is pressure being mounted on President Akufo-Addo to relieve the Minister for Special Development Initiatives, Mavis Hawa Koomson of her duties after she admitted firing a gunshot at a registration centre in Kasoa.
Some Ghanaians called on the President to sack Hawa Koomson for holding a firearm at the registration centre.
Hawa Koomson said she had to take that decision to protect herself since she was not with her security detail at the time.
In an interview, she revealed that the firing of the gun wasn’t done by anyone in her team but herself.
“None of my men had guns on then when we got to the centre. I fired the shots myself,” the MP said on Accra-based Adom FM.
Eyewitnesses say, the men numbering at least 15 and Hawa Koomson arrived at the centre around 8:00am and tried to sack some prospective voters.
This resulted in a scuffle that saw gunshots fired and three motorbikes burnt.