Most Ghanaians are really angry over the disturbing incidents that are currently happening in the Akufo-Addo-led Administration.
An instance is the emoluments to current and past first and second ladies of Ghana, coupled with incomprehensible judgement debts and the recent Chief Justice's alleged US$5 million bribery scandal.
ASEPA has therefore charged and petitioned CHRAJ to rigorously investigate Anin-Yeboah on this very crucial issue.
These, and other happenings are making this Government so unpopular, and on a very serious note, costing the reputation of this country, particularly on the international front.
Meanwhile, Justice Kwasi Anin-Yeboah has recently denied all the allegations leveled against him.
A letter to the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service, signed by the Judicial Secretary states categorically that, "His Lordship confirms that he does not know the plaintiff and has not met or seen him anywhere, except in the court room when he rises to announce his name when his case is called. His Lordship asserts that he has had no personal interaction either with the plaintiff or his lawyer on this matter or in any other matter.
The letter additionally disclosed that, "His Lordship has not demanded or received any money from any person to influence any decision in this matter or any other matter."
This story was shared by Roland Walker on his Facebook page.
Ghanaians (Facebook users) have however, reacted unanimously, calling for his resignation.
Below are some of their reactions:
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