The Accra Circuit Court Judge, Christina Cann who handed the sentencing of the embattled Rosemond Brown said that; she needed to serve the jail term to serve as a deterrent to others.
The former Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, Inusah Fuseini has revealed that he doesn't like judges who use a person as guinea pigs to deter others.
The former Minister made this statement on CITI TV's 'THE BIG ISSUE' when he was told by the host that; the judge in delivering her judgment said that she wanted the sentencing of Akuapem polo to serve as a deterrent to others.
According to him, he is not a fan of judges use people as a guinea pig to send a message to the public, Whereas they could be other ways of dealing with them.
He added that the judge (Christina Cann) should have opted for non-custodial sentencing instead of sending Akuapem polo to jail.
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