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A popular and prominent Professor at the University of Ghana, Professor Ransford Gyampo has boldly revealed that the justice system should be fixed in Ghana. He revealed that the Ghanaians are like fowls in the streets of the country.
In a viral Facebook post by the Professor of the University Of Ghana, Political Science Department, he revealed that even up till now, the case involving the murder of Major Mahama has not been completed even though it had a lot of national attention. He then concluded that then the ordinary people are like fowls in the streets of Ghana.
" If the murder of Major Maxwell Mahama (that we all watched on the video) attracted national attention is still pending before the courts, then ordinary people are like fowls In the streets of Ghana. Fix the justice system." Professor Gyampo said this on Facebook.
Major Maxwell Mahama was lynched by some youth in Denkyira Obuasi on May 29, 2022.
A few weeks ago, the minister of national security, Ken Dapaah also cautioned the Supreme Court to stop ruling unanimously for the ruling government because that can be a national security issue.
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