Last night, a letter from the Office of the Chief Justice was released to the press. According to the letter the Chief Justice expressed concerns about what Muntaka, the MP for Asawase said, and the Office announced that they will do everything possible including interacting with Muntaka for the name behind the bribery.
It can be recalled that Muntaka made allegations that a Supreme Court judge had tried to influence an NDC female MP to vote against Alban Bagbin.
Apparently, Kevin Taylor is not impressed with that and has hit hard at the secretary. According to Kevin, judges are to maintain neutrality so when they to act or influence situations it makes them politicians.
“How can you say that? If it was Asiedu Nketia who had said this thing would have fallen apart. How can a judge be taking sides with people? I don’t know where he got his law degree from. A whole party deputy general secretary saying this? There are lawyers in the NPP and they permitted this man to come out and say this? This is so bad. He should have done better” Kevin fired.
Was the NPP deputy scribe right in making that assertion? Do judges have a right to influence others to take a stand? Share your thoughts!
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