An investigative journalist and editor in chief for the fourth Estate media, Manasseh Azure Awuni has praises NDC members of parliament who intimated bill to remove chief Justice Anin Yeboah, and others from General legal Council. Manasseh Azure Awuni has stated that what the two MPs has done is a good move and he support them.
According to the famous journalist, law students won't be paid by chief justice and other judges after school and they won't be bonded too. He said what the two NDC MPs, Hon Xavier Sosu and Rockson Dafeamekpor is seeking for is good a thing and told chief Justice indirectly that if he has power today, the law that gave him the power will be amended.
He told the general legal Council to allow the people to become lawyers and stop blocking them.
"Let the people become lawyers. They won't be paid from your pocket. They won't be bonded. If you have power, then the laws that gave you that power will be amended. Great move by the two MPs" Manasseh Azure Awuni stated on his social media wall after the two NDC MPs made the request.
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