During the sod cutting for the phase one for the Law Village School for the Ghana School of law, the president made some statement concerning the burning of excavators found at illegal mining sites across the country. According to the president, he finds the burning of excavators as the way it should be and therefore, those who are not okay with that should go to court.
Following this, Mr. Abdullai Justice has reacted to the comments from the president. According to him, a president should not make such statement because it does not suit him. He added further that the law does not inflict instant Justice on criminals so there should be prosecution for the owners of excavators.
"I wonder how a president will make such unfounded statement, he is so wrong on this matter. He got it absolutely wrong fundamentally. A person may be acting unlawfully, a person may be doing all the wrong things but the law does not give any one whether a president, speaker or even the chief justice the right to inflict instant justice on the person". He noted this when he was on TV3's First Take show.
What do you also think about this, is there a way fighting this putting the burning of excavators aside? Let's not forget over hundreds of excavators vanished from the country during the first fight.
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