Ghanaians React Massively After Muntaka Retracts Allegations Of Bribery Against Judges
By Kyle_news | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 0 views
Mubarak Muntaka is in the news again. He has been in the media critic for many things this year. He was seen getting physical during the night of January 6, 2021. Again he came under the public eye after he alleged that a supreme court judge tried to bribe an NDC MO to vote against Alban Bagbin.
Later Muntaka defended his claims on several media platforms to that effect. This caused the Ghana Bar Association and the Supreme Court to respond. The Chief justice hinted in a press release that an investigation will go on. News coming in has it that the MP for Asawase has finally retracted his comments on the judges.
In a press release he apologized for his comments. He retracted the comments that a judge tried to bribe the MP. He maintained in the letter that he wanted to let “sleeping dogs lie”. Ghanaians took to social media to react to the new development.
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