Three more students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have been remanded in police custody in reference to the latest violent clashes on the campus.

The three are Emmanuel Appiah Amoah aka Soldier Ba, Eugene Nuamesi and Kwabena Kwarteng Amaniampong aka Zongo Chief.

This brings to 5 the entire number of students arrested out of the 62.

Luv FM’s Emmanuel Bright Quaicoe, who was in courtroom on Friday, September 23, experiences that the students had been charged with rioting and inflicting illegal injury.

Lawyers for the accused prayed the courtroom to grant bail to the three however the courtroom refused to grant the bail.

The courtroom presided over by Hilda Esther Wryter ordered the prosecution to make satisfactory provisions for the students to sit for his or her ongoing exams whereas they keep in custody.

(*3*)Defence counsels are, nonetheless, sad with the courtroom’s determination, casting doubts that the suspects won’t be allowed to sit for exams.

Earlier, the Asokore Mampong District Court issued arrest warrants for 62 individuals suspected to be concerned within the latest violence on the KNUST campus.

This was after it had remanded two suspects in custody for the second time to permit the prosecution to arrest other suspects and collect sufficient proof.

(*3*)The two, Daniel Osei Bonsu and Francis Atuahene, had been slapped with 4 fees of conspiracy to commit crime, rioting with offensive weapons, inflicting illegal injury and inflicting illegal hurt.

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