A social and political commentator, Kevin Ekow Baido Taylor, has thrown some jabs at Chief Justice Anim Yeboah. According to Kevin Taylor, nobody is going to keep quiet and sit down for him to misbehave with the Judiciary arm of government.
Kevin Taylor made this statement on his 'With All Due respect' program yesterday, 3rd June 2021, when he gave his opinion on reports that the Chief Justice wants Dr. Dominic Ayine investigated for allegedly making disparaging comments about the supreme court.
According to Kevin Taylor, Ghanaians are not going to keep quiet about the actions of the judiciary. He said everyone will make sure the judicial arm of the government is scrutinized and checked to make it a credible institution.
"So, nobody is going to sit down and keep quiet for the Chief Justice to misbehave and exhibit some high level of ignorance and bullying.
So, you don't want us to discuss your abysmal job at the Supreme court? This behavior is childish, and I've never seen anything like this before." - he said
He added that Justice Anim Yeboah is not there to represent the NPP or Akufo Addo so, he should stop the comedy and do his job.
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