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The Chief Justice is likely to go down in history as the worst Chief in Ghana - Mr. Asiedu Nketia

The General Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has blamed Chief Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah for administering authoritative abuses in Ghana.

Mr. John Asiedu Nketia at a public interview in Accra on Friday said the Chief Justice has neglected to show initiative and to keep the banner of the judiciary flying high by manhandling his powers to empanel the courts.

The NDC scribe accordingly affirmed that the Chief Justice is prone to stand out forever as the worst Chief Justice in the Republic of Ghana starting from the origin of the fourth republic.

His rule as Chief Justice has been portrayed by incredible authoritative abuses. These abuses are tossed into sharp doubt when the lead of the ongoing Chief Justice is estimated against the incredible skill and direct of previous chief justice, Johnson Asiedu Nketia noted.

The party, during a news gathering on Friday referred to a few peak court decisions remembering the decision for the Opuni case for Justice Honyenuga to recuse himself, the Supreme court administering on the political race request, the decision on the Deputy Speaker participating in casting a ballot processes while directing and different decisions they portrayed as unreasoned court judgment as reason for the allegation.

The NDC General Secretary accordingly called for Chief Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah's organization to be examined.

We, thusly, approach the Judicial Council to initiate an interior request to find out the explanations behind these bumbles and suitable proposals made to hinder their repeat until proper regulation, for example, a Judicial procedures bill is passed by Parliament to manage the composition of judgment by our courts, he added.

The party focused on that it will likewise request Parliament for the Judiciary Committee of the House to comprise a public enquiry into the explanations behind this bungles committed by the Supreme Court in the 2020 Presidential political decision request and different cases with the view to proposing suitable healing regulation.

The public interview by the NDC was held against the scenery of a new report by the Ghana Statistical Service and the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ).

The report of the survey embraced by the two state establishments, uncovered that prosecutors, judges or justices were among the main three public authorities who got the biggest money pay-offs paid in 2021.

As indicated by the report, prosecutors, judges or justices set second with a typical measure of GHC1,208 as cash bribe.

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