Court adjourns Kofi Jumah’s case to July 9

kofi jumahThe criminal case against former Member of Parliament for Asokwa in the Ashanti Region, Maxwell Kofi Jumah has been adjourned to July 9.

The case was adjourned after the State Attorney, Emmanuel Ato Barson asked for more time to study the docket.

He was arrested for destroying the party’s voter register claiming it had been doctored to suit his opponent in the recently held New Patriotic Party (NPP) primaries in the constituency.

The former Kumasi Metropolitan Chief Executive was later charged for destroying electoral materials and disturbing public peace.

He was launching a comeback for the seat he lost to the incumbent Member of Parliament, Patricia Appiah Adjei in the 2011 primaries.