Presidential staffer Charles Nii Teiko Tagoe has questioned those jubilating after the chief justice, justice Anin Yeboah ruled and gave a go ahead to Fixthecountry campaign who were denied opportunity to go on their demonstration by the Accra High Court.
According to Charles Nii Teiko Tagoe, when the chief justice give any judgement, critics will sit afar and gossip and complain about him being manipulated by the President. He argued that when the verdict go against their petition, they stand to question the credibility of the Chief Justice but this judgement silent them.
When the Accra High Court's decision to prevent the protestants from protesting,it was alleged that the decision was motivated by politics to tame the youth but after today the supreme court announced that the fix the country campaign can go ahead and have their demonstration.
According to him, it's the same supreme court Judged who sat on the elections petition. He same it's the same supreme court, the same candidate
"So the Chief Justice and the other judges of the Supreme Court are no longer in President Akufo-Addo’s pocket ? Same Supreme Court,same group of people, but different reaction." He said
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