The latest personality to share his thoughts on the controversy surrounding KKD’s rape is the deputy education minister, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa.
Kwasi Kei Darkwa(KKD) is been held in police custody for allegedly raping one 19 year old, Ewuraeffe Orleans Thompson.
Okudzeto took to his twitter account to share his personal sentiments on the saga. In a tweet, the deputy minister tweeted:
‘Hmmm…this KKD saga. May truth triumph and may justice fall where it should”
Hmmm…this KKD saga. May truth triumph and may justice fall where it should.
— Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa (@S_OkudzetoAblak) December 30, 2014
Well, it appears our politicians just like many people have a great interest in the outcome of KKD’s case. The broadcster/fashion icon will remain in the custody of the Airport Police Command until his next court appearance on January 8, 2015. Meanwhile, his lawyers have filed a motion at the High Court in their attempt to secure him bail.
KKD was denied bail on his first appearance in court on Tuesday, December 30 following his arrest on the night of Saturday, December 27, 2014.