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JUST IN: Aduana Defender Farouk Adams Granted Bail



Aduana Stars defender Farouk Adams has been granted bail by the Berekum Circuit court after a hearing on Thursday, March 18.

Farouk was dragged to court for allegedly knocking a police officer named Constable Amos Maatey Niganoka with a Toyota Camry vehicle with registration number GW 5882-1 at the Asuotiano near Wamfie in the Bono region and leaving him to die on March 1.

The center back was first charged with two counts at the Fiapre Circuit Court, which are careless and inconsiderate driving and negligently causing harm.

The case was then transferred to the Berekum circuit court. At the Berekum Circuit Court, Farouk was further charged with four more counts, which are failing to report the accident to the police, failing to stop to attend to an accident victim, driving a motor vehicle without valid road user certificates and driving a motor vehicle without valid insurance.

The Berekum Circuit Court on Thursday, March 4 remanded Farouk to two weeks in prison and ordered him to appear before the court today Thursday, March 18.

After the hearing today, Farouk has been granted bail by the court. However, the case is still opened and the player is still under investigation until further notice.

Farouk was in fine form for Aduana Stars before the unfortunate incident. He was named NASCO man of the match in the club’s 2-1 victory against Inter Allies in gameweek 16.

According to reports, Farouk had his visa ready and was preparing to travel abroad to play for a club in America.


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