The four juveniles charged with the abetment of the offence of murder in the Konongo-Odumase SHS stabbing case have been discharged by the Konongo district court.
The Prime suspect has however been remanded after the Attorney General established a prima facie case against him.
The four though have been discharged will now serve as witnesses in the matter.
The court presided over by Her Worship, Joyce Bamfo also directed the Ghana Education Service to reintegrate the juveniles into school.
But headteacher of KOSS, Benjamin Kwaku Baah says the safety of the students is not guaranteed, hence, the need to relocate them to another school.
Regional police prosecutor, Chief Superintendent Kofi Blagodzie said the advised came from the Attorney General.
The case will be moved to the High Court in Kumasi in the next adjourned date which falls on Monday December 13
FLASHBACK - KOSS student stabbed to death by a colleague
A form one student of Konongo Odumase Senior High School (KOSS) identified as Sam’uun Larhan has been stabbed to death following a scuffle with a colleague student.
Police say the suspect, who is in form 2 allegedly used kitchen knife to stab the deceased around the kitchen.
The incident happened Friday evening, November 5.
The prime suspect including four other students have been arrested by the Konongo district police to assist in investigation
Authorities of the school are ready to cooperate with the police to bring justice to the bereaved family.
“I want to assure the public that we shall give our maximum support to the police until investigations are completed so that we get justice for the family of the deceased”, headmaster of the school, Ben Kwaku Baah told 3news.
Konongo district commander, DSP Agyemang Adu who confirmed the incident to 3news said investigation has commenced.
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