The Ogya Boys defender finally rejoined his teammates on Friday after several weeks away following an accident leading to the death a policeman
Aduana Stars defender Farouk Adams trained with the first team for the first time in almost two months on Friday following his unfortunate motor accident leading to the death of a policeman.
The former Elmina Sharks star, who was reported to have sealed a deal with an unnamed club in United States of America, was arrested on March 2, 2021 after he allegedly knocked down and killed a police constable Amos Maatey Niganoko. The young policeman was reportedly riding a motorbike by the road off Dormaa Ahenkro-Wamfie road.
The defender was later handed six charges including careless and inconsiderate driving, negligently causing harm, and Failing to report accident to police.
Adams was granted a bail of ¢60,000 with four sureties, one to be justified, on March 14 and reappeared in court on April 7, 2021 but the case was adjourned again to May 5 since prosecutor Emmanuel Sampson failed to show up in court.
Aduana’s director of communications Evans Oppong ‘Maestro’ revealed the defender trained well as they prepare to face Eleven Wonders in Ghana Premier League in Techiman on Sunday but admitted he still needs support since the final verdict of his case isn’t out.
“It was good news on Friday morning as Farouk Adams returned to training for the first time in many weeks,” Oppong told AshesGyamera.com.
“For the first time after his unfortunate accident, he trained with the first team and was well composed throughout the session.
“We are working on how we can quickly integrate him with his teammates. He looked relaxed, psychologically prepared and we hope he recovers fully as soon as possible to help achieve our targets for the season,” he added.
Aduana sit ninth on the log with 30 points, six points behind leaders Medeama.