One of the trending stories on social media over the week is a bribery allegation against the chief justice of the republic of Ghana. If one could remember. An allegation was laid against him over the week concerning a $5000,000 bribe.
On many occasions, when an allegation is raised against a person, he or she usually comes out to clear the air on certain things so that everyone will know the actual truth.
After the allegations for the past few days, one of the persons whose names were mentioned as part of the alleged scandal has come out to deny his part of the allegation.
Since the day of the allegation, everyone is waiting for a response from the chief justice before believing or disbelieving the allegations.
For quite some times now, the chief justice remains silent on the issue. His silence is still unbroken.
Below is a screenshot of Obranu's denial posted on Accra 100.5 FM
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