FixTheCountry convener, Oliver Mawuse Barker-Vormawor has been granted bail by the High Court in Tema.
The bail conditions are set at GH¢2 million with 2 sureties, one of whom is to deposit documents to his landed property.
Mr Barker-Vormawor’s passport should also remain in the custody of the Republic, and he must report himself once a week to the police command.
Justice Daniel Mensah ruled that the Court cannot disable itself from the grant of bail, having regard to the facts of the case and the legal arguments urged upon him by both counsels for Mr Vormawor and the Republic.
He disagreed with arguments of the position that Mr Vormawor did not have a fixed place of abode having regard to the facts of the case; and that he was a flight risk since his passport was already in the custody of the Republic.
The activist is accused of inciting an overthrow of constitutional organs of government but he has denied the claims and said he is ready to go to trial.
He was arrested on February 11, 2022, over claims that he had threatened to cause a coup if the government went ahead to pass the controversial Electronic Transaction Levy.
Mr Barker-Vormawor in his application for bail, contested the claims, saying a charge of treason felony against him cannot be sustained by the evidence available.
This is notwithstanding that the Attorney-General in an affidavit in opposition to the bail, insisted that evidence uncovered so far corroborates a charge of treason felony against the activist.
Mr Barker-Vormawor has, however, wondered why the Republic has not charged him or taken a statement from him on the charge.
Meanwhile, Oliver Mawuse-Barker Vormawor has told the Court presided over by Justice Daniel Mensah that he is in good health and hopes they take him to trial.
The judge had sought to find out about his health status after he had been taken to the Police Hospital for medical care.