The Alliance For Social Equity and Public Accountability (ASEPA), petitioned both the President and the Commission on Human rights and administrative justice (CHRAJ) to investigate the Chief Justice.
ASEPA's petition follows allegations by lawyer Afrifa who claimed that, the Chief Justice demanded a bribe to determine a case pending at the Supreme Court.
Speaking on his program last night, Paul Adom Otcheri chastised ASEPA for taken such a useless petition to the President for investigations without any evidence.
He challenged ASEPA to do some more intelligent work and they must meat the standards of being a Civil Society Organization.
" Do some more intelligent work" Adom Otcheri stated, adding that, ASEPA must wake up.
Both the President and CHRAJ have dismissed ASEPA's petition as it is deemed to be without merit.
Meanwhile, Executive Director of ASEPA, Mensah Thomson has indicated that, his group is likely to drag CHRAJ to Court for its failure to investigate the Chief Justice.
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