The case involving Josephine Panyin Mensah, the accused who faked her kidnapping and pregnancy has been slated for January 6, 2022.
The case was presided over by His Worship Michael Ampadu at the Takoradi Harbour Circuit Court A.
Josephine Panyin Mensah has been charged on two counts of deceiving a public officer contrary to section 251 (B) of the Criminal Offences Act and publication of false news with the intent to cause fear and panic contrary to section 208 (1) of the Criminal Offence Act.
The counsel for the accused, Lawyer Fifi Buckman in an interview with the media, expressed displeasure with the set date but stated his team were ready to defend the suspect.
Meanwhile, eight persons are set to testify in the case involving Josephine Paiyin Mensah, the woman at the center of an alleged fake pregnancy and kidnapping brouhaha.
The trial would see three medical doctors, the husband and mother of the accused person, natives of Axim and a Police detective giving various accounts to support or otherwise the alleged kidnapping and pregnancy.
Superintendent Emmanuel Basintele, who is leading the Prosecution made this known during a Case Management Conference (CMC) to set the grounds for the trial next year.
Detective Police Inspector Archims would tender in a police wireless message declaring that the accused was missing, together with her photograph.