The popular Ghanaian television presenter who is base in US by Name Kelvin Taylor has finally descended on the current Chief Justice in Ghana. Kelvin Taylor stated that he only appears on his show With Due Respect and tackle issues only when he is having the evidence and therefore if he has no evidence, he will never talk about the case.
He made it clear that the allegations that is circulating in Ghana and all over the world involving the Current Chief Justice Anim Yeboah is very bad and sad and the current Chief Justice need to resign immediately before all the evidence began to shot up before the eyes of Ghanaians.
The current case in supreme court is between Lawyer Kwasi Africa and Ghana Communication Telecom and they will sit on the case on 15th of July 2021.
There is an allegation that the Chief Justice of Ghana, Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah, demanded a huge amount of USD5,000,000 to help a petitioner and base on this, Kelvin Taylor see it as a good reason for the Chief justice to resign as his name Pop up to have taken bribe.
Kelvin Taylor Added that, if the Chief Justice Annim Yaboah will not even Resign he should expect himself from the case.
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