Ghana's biggest opposition party, the National Democratic Congress, NDC hopds press conference at its headquarters to tackle issue on the alleged $5million dollar bribery saga involving the chief justice.
According to the party's general secretary Mr Johnson Aseidu Nketia, this issue has a dire consequence on our revered institutions and country as a whole hence it will be in the interest of the chief justice and Lawyer Kwasi Afrifa to avail themselves for a proper investigation.
He made this call based on the judicial service act.
It can be recalled Lawyer Kwasi Afrifa esq alleged that Chief Justice took bribe worth $5million from Nana Ogyeedom to rule in his favour on an impending litigation case pending at the supreme court.
Mr Aseidu Nketia explained the referral of the case to the CID boss for investigation to be out of order and that the chief justice should step aside immediately for an investigation to be carried out.
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