Court remands Bukom Banku and son over stabbing

Briamah Isaac Kamoko, aka “Bukom Banku”, a Ghanaian professional boxer, has been remanded into Police custody by an Accra Circuit Court for one week on the charge of abetment of crime.

He is said to have abetted with one Prosper Quaye to cause harm to one Ismael Quaye at Bukom in the Greater Accra Region.

Bukom Banku was in the dock with one Mustapha Kamoko, his son, who was also facing the charge of causing damage.

Meanwhile their accomplice, Prosper Quaye, a 32-year-old unemployed man, who is being held on the charge causing unlawful damage, failed to appear before court for his plea to be taken.

The Court therefore issued a warrant for his arrest.

The report further indicated that the boxer broke a bottle and handed it to his son, Mustapha, instructing him to use it on Neequaye, to which he obliged and inflicted a wound on the abdomen of the complainant.

The victim was subsequently rushed to the Korle Teaching Hospital for treatment, and later reported the matter to the Police.

Bukom Banku and his son were later served with criminal summons after countless efforts to arrest them failed.

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