‘Strange Juju men ‘ storm Supreme Court ahead of Montie 3 sentencing

‘Strange Juju men ‘ storm Supreme Court

Some strange men allegedly from the North and dressed like the traditional spiritualist have pitched camp at the Supreme court in waiting of the judgment of the two Montie FM panelists, and a host of the Pampaso political show, Salifu Maase who allegedly spewed death threats against justices of the Supreme court.

Kasapa FM’s Daakyehene Ofosu Agyemang reported that there is heavy security presence at the Supreme court with just some few hours to the sentencing of the Montie three, while fanatics are also packed outside.

He said most of the supporters who have stormed the Supreme court, especially the alleged strange men who walked bare footed around the arena of the apex court are suspected to be fans of Mugabe who have come in solidarity to the fate of the three in their sentencing today.

The host of the programme, Salifu Maase known as Mugabe, the two panellists and owners of the station appeared before the Supreme Court on Monday, July 18 after they were ordered by the Supreme Court to appear to answer for the charges.

Alistair Nelson told the court he suffered a condition, “kpokpo gbligbli” which explains for the reason why he made the contemptuous statements.

The contemnors pleaded guilty and the owners of the station through their counsel pleaded with the court to temper justice with mercy.

They were found guilty and ordered to re-appear before the court today Wednesday July 27, 2016 for sentencing.