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Renowned Ghanaian personality, Kwasi Kyei Darkwa, popularly known as KKD, is currently being processed for court by the Police.

His counsel, Nana Asante Bediatuo, says he will subsequently file a bail application at the court.

According to Citifmonline.com, Nana Asante Bediatuo said his client is being processed for court because the Police have 48 hours to put him before a court “for the court to determine whether he should be held or not.”

According to him, KKD has not been “charged with any crime; we are looking forward to going to court and making a prayer to the court for bail.”

He was however optimistic that considering the merits of the case, KKD is likely to be granted bail.

Nana Asante Bediatuo has commended the Police personnel at the Airport Police station for not infringing upon the rights of his client since his arrest on Sunday.

He said the Police have acted fairly and have carried out their investigations with decorum “and we don’t have any difficulty with that. There is nothing untoward about it; the police have to get to the bottom of the matter.”

KKD’s counsel pointed out that such kinds of investigations sometimes turn out to help the accused persons “and in fact, it may reveal that the allegations are baseless.”

Meanwhile, some family members and friends of KKD are expected to join him today at court.

KKD was arrested on Sunday at the African Regent Hotel over alleged sexual assault of a 19-year-old girl but his Counsel has dismissed the claims with the explanation that his client and the complainant had “consensual sex”.
Source: Citifmonline.com

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