The Metropolitan police, Scotland Yard, in UK have confirmed that the suspected Ghanaian terrorist, Kwaku Asiedu Manfo would appear in court today to face charges on conspiracy to murder passengers on a transport system and also possessing explosive substances. The press officer of the metropolitan Police, Hellen Kennedy told Kapital Radio in an interview that his first appearance was on the 8th of August along with the three other suspected bombers. She however declined to confirm the nationality of the suspects. Meanwhile the press officer of the British High Commission in Ghana, Gary Nicholls has disclosed to Kapital Radio that Kwaku Asiedu's arrest w! ill not bring about any change in the visa acquisition procedure by Ghanaians adding that visa requirements are determined in the U.K not locally. The deputy IGP, Mr K. K. Manfo whose son in alleged to be Kwaku Manfo Asiedu has pleaded with the media to allow investigations into the case to continue. He was however certain that the pictures of the suspects shown on television so far do not bear any resemblance with his son.