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The popularly known Ghanaian broadcast journalist and founder of Loud Silence Media, Kelvin Taylor has recently sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms after boldly reacting to CHRAJ’s final decision over the Chief Justice’s $5 million bribery allegations.
The Chief Justice, Anin Yeboah’s $5 million bribery allegation case caused massive tension across social media as lots of politicians and journalists boldly urged the Chief Justice to break silence on the alarming issue.
However, a recent rule by CHRAJ has witnessed that, all the bribery allegations against the Chief Justice has been finally rejected even though ASEPA petitioned CHRAJ which is known to be an independent body to look into the issue and call for an open hearing of the most anticipated case.
With respect to this, Kelvin Taylor has boldly come out to express his immense disappointment in CHRAJ whilst highlighting they, Joseph Whittal who is the current boss of CHRAJ has to come out and explain his final decision to Ghanaians.
According to Kelvin Taylor, CHRAJ has one main duty and that is to protect the fundamental rights of Ghanaians which Joseph Whittal refuses to do and for that matter, he lied to Ghanaians about the Chief Justice’s $5 million bribery allegation case.
“Whether he was appointed by NPP or NDC, he has one thing to do and that is to protect our right as Ghanaians. The moment you are appointed as the boss of CHRAJ, you don’t work for government; you work for we the people. You are an independent thinker. For CHRAJ boss to say that, he won’t continue investigating the Chief Justice means that, the President has something on him or somebody is manipulating him”, Kelvin Taylor emphatically revealed.
“For CHRAJ to come and say that, the General Legal Council (GLC) is a court; it’s a lie because GLC is not a court. It is either they are protecting the Chief Justice, the Presidency or the man who is the boss of CHRAJ does not know his job”, Kelvin Taylor emphatically stated.
The USA based Ghanaian broadcast journalist, Kelvin Taylor went on to provide evidence that, the boss of CHRAJ, Joseph Whittal is a liar. Kelvin Taylor later added that, Joseph Whittal was also trying to protect the Chief Justice, GLC and the Presidency.
In conclusion, Kelvin Taylor expressed his disappointment whilst sending another strong message to CHRAJ boss’ final decision over Chief Justice, Anin Yeboah’s $5 million bribery allegations.
“CHRAJ Boss has to explain why this happened else I will expose him; I have al the evidence”, Kelvin Taylor emphatically stated.
Do you think that CHRAJ boss, Joseph Whittal is trying to protect the Chief Justice, Anin Yeboah and President Akufo-Addo over the $5 million bribery allegation as claimed by Kelvin Taylor?
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