The two men discharged by the Accra High Court in connection with the death of J.B Danquah-Adu, were on Thursday remanded by the Accra Central District Court after fresh charges were filed against them.
Former President John Mahama has appealed to Ghanaians to desist from acts of lawlessness such as that, which led to the dreadful murder an army Captain Maxwell Adam Mahama at Denkyira Obuasi in the Central Region.
The Denkyira Traditional Council has set Sunday June 4 as a day to mourn the passing of murdered solder, Captain Maxwell Adam Mahama. The day will also be used to pacify the gods of the land for the heinous crime.
At a press conference, s representative of the Council condemned in no uncertain terms the lynching of the army officer on Monday at Denkyira-Obuasi and called on all resident of Denkyira to clad themselves in black attire on the day.
The Traditional leaders will lead a procession the paramount chief of Denkyira to perform the rights.
Captain Adams Mahama, the commander of a military detachment to enforce the ban on illegal mining at Denkyira-ObuasiÂ in the Central Region, was attacked, stoned and burnt to death by some residents, on suspicion he was an armed robber while jogging with a gun on him.
Photos and videos of his killing have gone viral on social media sparking anger all across the country.
The military on Tuesday descended on the town in a swoop to apprehend his killers, questioning over one hundred residents. Five have been handed over to the Central Regional Police Command and are expected to be arraigned before court in the coming days.
The Denkyira Traditional Council at the press conference pledge support to efforts by the security agencies to bring the perpetrators to justice. The Chiefs urged the government to inform them of further developments on the issue.
The Vice President has said government would give all the necessary support to bring the killers of Captain Maxwell Adam Mahama to Justice.
Dr Mahamadu Bawumia on Wednesday visited the family of the lynched soldier to extend his condolences and that of the State.
Captain Adams Mahama, the commander of a military detachment to enforce the ban on illegal mining at Denkyira-ObuasiÂ in the Central Region was attacked, stoned and burnt to death by some residents, on suspicion he was an armed robber while jogging with a gun on him.
Five residents of town suspected to be involved in the crime are currently being held by the Central Regional Police command as a search continues for others.
The Vice President condemned the mob action. He urged the family, especially the wife and children of the late captain to be strong in these most trying times. Dr Bawumia also assured the family that government would provide the necessary support towards the funeral of the slain soldier.