Prince Tagoe denied bail again despite paying the court GHc70K


Prince Tagoe, a troubled former Ghana international footballer, had his second bail request denied by the Circuit Court in Accra.

Tagoe had been remanded into custody despite having paid the court GHc70,000.

The former Black Stars and Hearts of Oak striker, who was accused of defrauding an individual of $40,000 (GHcGHc265, 200) using the fictitious name of former footballer George Antwi Boateng, has entered a not-guilty plea.

On December 21, a bail application was denied by the court presided over by His Honor Mr. Samuel Bright Acquah after the prosecution objected to it.

Also Read: Prince Tagoe remanded in police custody until 2023

Prince Tagoe and his new attorneys, under the direction of Attorney Kwesi Kwarkye, appeared in court today, Friday, December 23, two days after his initial appearance.

However, the court upheld the January 4 delayed date that was decided upon at his first hearing two days ago and rejected the most recent bail.

Prince Tagoe, also known as the Prince of Goals, was not present at today’s court sessions, and Chief Inspector Agartha Abena Asantewaa, the prosecutor in charge, was also not served with today’s application.

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