The Council Of State Have One Week To Explain Themselves Or I Will Bring Out Evidence – Kevin Taylor
Kevin Taylor has gone rampage again as he seeks to get the truth behind the acquittal of the Chief Justice by the Council of State. It can be recalled that one Lawyer Afrifa made huge allegations of bribery against Justice Anin Yeboah. These allegations received so much reactions and this called for the General Legal Council to intervene.
The President dismissed a petition by ASEPA not too long ago regarding a motion they filed to the presidency to have the Chief Justice investigated. It can be recalled that lawyer Afrifa made some damning allegations against Justice Anin Yeboah and this raised a lot of eyebrows. After the petition was made to President Akufo-Addo, he also delegated his Council of State to look into it.
President Akuffo Addo, according to information captured on UTV this morning has call off the investigations surrounding the bribery allegations against the Chief Justice of Ghana. According to Yaa Konamah on UTV's 'News Paper Review' of 'Adekye Nsroma' morning show revealed that, the president call off the investigations because, he see it as a mere allegations with no backing.
President Akufo Addo has dismissed the petition by ASEPA to dismiss Chief Justice Anim Yeboah because of the five million dollars bribery allegations leveled at him (Anim Yeboah) by Lawyer Akwasi Afrifa. ASEPA also petitioned CHRAJ to petition the allegations made against the Chief Justice, but they declined, citing that ASEPA had already petitioned the presidency.
The Executive Director of Alliance for Social Equity and Public Accountability, Mensah Thompson, has suggested that the decision by the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice not to probe the allegations leveled against the Chief Justice is "irresponsible". Mr. Thompson Mensah made this assertion when speaking with Ernest Kojo Manu during the midday news on Joy news.
Host of Metro TV's Good Evening Ghana Program, Paul Adom Otcheri has taken a swipe at Civil Society Organization ASEPA over its petition to the President for the removal of Chief Justice. The Alliance For Social Equity and Public Accountability (ASEPA), petitioned both the President and the Commission on Human rights and administrative justice (CHRAJ) to investigate the Chief Justice.
Civil society group, The Alliance for Social Equity and Public Accountability (ASEPA), has welcomed President Akufo-Addo’s response to its petition to have the Chief Justice removed over the $5 million bribery allegation made against him. The accusation against the Chief Justice Anim Yeboah was first made by a Kumasi-based lawyer, Akwasi Afrifa.
President Nana Akufo-Addo has dismissed the petition brought before him by the Alliance for Social Enquity and Public Accountability (ASEPA) demanding the removal of Chief Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah from office because of bribery allegations levelled against the letter. In a letter to ASEPA and sighted by City News, the president said there was no basis for the petition for removal of the Chief Justice because of $5 million dollar bribe he was alleged to have received.
Corruption are illegal and charges of same, are very damning to ones reputation and this one, is very serious, especially when the Chief Justice is mentioned as alleged to have been engaged in same. Since the news broke in less than 24hours, it has since gone viral, as some cast aspersions and other absolve the mentioned persons, even before the investigations are over.
Just as some Ghanaians thought the Minister of Health, Kwaku Agyemang-Manu, would be reprimanded and retained for his posture and honesty during the public inquiry by the bi-partisan committee probing the circumstances that led to signing of the Sputnik V vaccine purchasing agreement, there has been other revelations and his position appears to be at risk as a section of the public are calling for his outright dismissal and prosecution.
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The popularly known 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 revealing another secret about the incumbent government over the $5 million bribery allegations against the Chief Justice.
Alliance for Social Equity and Public Accountability (ASEPA), Executive Director Mensah Thompson has queried should the Health Minister walk free for going contrary to the laws of this country because of COVID-19? Following when the Finance Minister proceeded to seek for COVID-19 vaccines from one of the foreign country without parliamentary approval.
The Civil Society Organization, Alliance for Social Equity & Public Accountability (ASEPA) has petitioned the Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAG), to investigate the head of the Judiciary, Justice Anin Yeboah over allegations of bribery and corruption leveled against him. In a viral response filed by Mr Kwesi Afrifa Esq, in a petition brought against him at the General Legal Council by one Nana Ogyeedom Obranu Kwesi Atta VI, the Justice Anin Yeboa was slapped with damming allegations that could bring his imgage into disrepute when proven.
Executive Director of Alliance for Social Equity and Public Accountability (ASEPA), Mensah Thompson has petitioned the Speaker of Parliament to probe into the circumstances leading to the events of midnight 6th January, 2021 when some armed Military men invaded the floor of Parliament. " The Petition also requested the Speaker to probe the dishonourable conduct of the MP for Tema West who snatched ballot papers and chewed them during the election of the Speaker of Parliament."
The Alliance for Social Equity and Public Responsibility (ASEPA) has petitioned CHRAJ to investigate Chief Justice Justice Annin Yeboah in connection with the bribery charges against him. A response was filed by Ghanaian lawyer Kwesi Afrifa. The Chief Justice of Ghana, Justice Kwesi Annin Yeboah, presented some chilling allegations in response to a petition brought against him by one Nana Ogyeedom Obranu Kwesi Atte VI of Ghana.
The Alliance for Social Equity and Public Accountability (ASEPA) has demanded that the Headmistress of the Achimota School be fired immediately. ASEPA stated in a statement on Monday that the Ghana Education Service "must take this measure to show that they are ready to preserve the rights of students in Ghana."
The controversies surrounding the proposed allowance to be paid to the first and second lady of the Republic of Ghana seem not to end anytime soon. An advocacy group, the Alliance for Social Equity and Public Accountability (ASEPA), filed a case at the Supreme Court of Ghana to exercise its original jurisdiction over the Ntiamoah Baidoo Committee's recommendation to pay presidential spouses salaries.
The Alliance for Social and Public Accountability (ASEPA) has petitioned the speaker of parliament, Rt. Hon Alban S.K Bagbin to set up an enquiry into the conduct of the member of parliament for Tema West constituency, Carlos Kingsley Ahenkorah for snatching ballot papers on 6th January 2021 on the floor of parliament.
Alliance for Social Equity and Public Accountability (ASEPA), Executive Director Mensah Thompson has today filed an action at the Supreme Court on Prof. Yaa Ntiamoah Baidoo Committee's recommendations to pay salaries to first and second lady. Among other things is requesting the Supreme Court to make a declaration that the Prof. Ntiamoah Baidoo Committee did not have the capacity to make recommendations for persons outside Article 71.
The Executive Director of the Civil Society group, Alliance for Social Equity and Public Accountability (ASEPA), has been attacked in his room by unknown gangs. He revealed how he was being attacked, "Yes it is true, I was attacked by robbers at home last night.