The general secretary for the National Democratic Congress, John Asiedu Nketia has served a strong message to the chief justice of Ghana, Anin Yeboah.
In an interview organised by members of the NDC, Johnson Asiedu Nketia accused Chief Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah of supervising administrative abuses in Ghana.
He also asserted that Kwasi Anin Yeboah is likely to go down in history as the worst Chief Justice in the Republic of Ghana since the inception of the fourth republic.
He made several cases against Kwasi Anin Yeboah and revealed that almost all the cases he has supervised seems gave out unexpected results.
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From the reactions above, almost everyone seem to support what Johnson Asiedu Nketia said. They believed that what Asiedu Nketia said was the general truth. Some revealed that the Chief Justice's rulings always favour the NPP.
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