Monday, 17 June

'What sort of nonsense is this?' - Adorye yells at policeman who tried rushing him off as he spoke to his lawyer

General News
Hopeson confronts a Policeman

Mr Hopeson Adorye yelled at a policeman in plain clothes who tried rushing him off into a police truck awaiting to convey him to court following his arrest and detention for claiming the governing New Patriotic Party made him detonate dynamites in the Volta Region to deter supporters of the main opposition National Democratic Congress from voting in previous elections.

"Ooooh, I'm talking to my lawyer, please! I'm talking to my lawyer. What is this?" the former NPP member who left to join another former NPP flagbearer aspirant Alan Kyerematen's Movement for Change yelled.

"I'm talking to my lawyer, and you're preventing me. Please, let me talk to him, "a furious Adorye insisted, adding: "What is the meaning of that? Are you the only police person?" 

He then blurted in the Twi language: "Ad3n nkwasiasem nsu nie?", which in English could be translated as: "What sort of nonsense is this?"

Meanwhile, the Dansoman court has granted him bail set at GH¢20,000 with two sureties.