Today, Lawyer Maurice Ampaw detailed Ghanaians on how the judicial system is been destroyed partly by actions of Ghanaians in response to court verdicts. Lawyer Maurice Ampaw boldly declared that Ghanaians do not know the Chief Justice very well, According to him, if Ghanaians knew the Chief Justice the way he did, they would not ever think of attacking his integrity.
The Chief Justice, his lordship Annin Yeboah has been charged with bribery. This is an issue which has become of national interest. The whole scenario seems unbelievable and many are surprised to hear these allegations emerging from such high authority in government. The allegation against the Chief Justice for allegedly taking 5 million dollars bribe has led to this suite against him.
The Chief Justice has been dragged into this court matter after he was tagged as a person who had involved himself in some bribery case. The issue became as big as it could because of the names that were popping up in the allegations. Even though the Chief Justice set up strong defensive walls against these allegations, Nana Ogyeedom is bent on pinning the bribery allegations on the CJ because he claims he is guilty.
Sammy Gyamfi remains one of the youngest Ghanaian politician whose achievements can be termed "unprecedented". Today, he made an appearance on the Good Morning Ghana show. Deliberating on the Chief Justice bribery allegation, Sammy Gyamfi suggested that the Chief Justice step aside for immediate investigation to take place.
The Executive Editor of The Insight Newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Junior, has revealed that he is tempted at this stage to go back to the 2020 election petition because he can't fathom as a layman some of the common-sense justification that goes into ruling and judgments by the courts.
A lot of questions have been raised ever since bribery allegations were targeted at the Chief Justice. Lawyer Afrifa accused his client of taking him of a case just because he wanted to pay $5 million to Justice Anin Yeboah. The conversation has attracted so much attention that the Chief Justice referred the issue to the CID.
If The CJ Refuses to Answer My Questions, I will Be Forced To Come Out With My Answers -Kevin Taylor
The CEO of Loud Silence Media, Kevin Ekow Baido Taylor, has thrown some questions at Chief Justice Anim Yeboah. He said that if the Chief Justice doesn't answer his questions, he will be forced to come out with the answers he has about him. According to Kevin Taylor, Chief Justice Anim Yeboah should prove to Ghanaians that he is not guilty of the bribery allegations against him.
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The popularly known Ghanaian 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 reacting to CHRAJ’s final decision over the Chief Justice’s $5 million bribery allegations.
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.
Chief Justice Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah has taken bold step to clear his name over the allegedly bribery scandal by reporting the allegations against him to the Criminal Investigation Division of Police. Recently Chief Justice, Anin Yeboah has been in the news for allegedly involvement in bribe on a case at the Supreme court of Ghana.
The Chief Justice has been involved in some misunderstandings with Lawyer Dominic Ayin. This is the news that is calling in a lot of politicians to intervene. Many have referred to the decision and actions of the Chief Justice as abusing his powers as a Chief Justice and this is not healthy for Ghana’s development.
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.
Yesterday the biggest opposition party, the National Democratic Congress held a press conference to address certain issues. Dominant of them is the accusations that have been levelled against the Chief Justice, Anin Yeboah. It can be recalled that one lawyer Afrifa has accused the Chief Justice of taking bribe to the tune of $5 million.
The chief justice of the Republic of Ghana, justice Anim Yeboah name mentioned in a $5m bribery scandal and social media can't stop roaring on the issue but will this alleged bribery scandal go anywhere? In this article, if lawyer Afrifa is able to answer or provide information on this solid question, then he has a point to prove and the Chief Justice will face the wrath of Ghanaians.
Ghana's biggest opposition party, the National Democratic Congress, NDC hopds press conference at its headquarters to tackle issue on the alleged $5million dollar bribery saga involving the chief justice. According to the party's general secretary Mr Johnson Aseidu Nketia, this issue has a dire consequence on our revered institutions and country as a whole hence it will be in the interest of the chief justice and Lawyer Kwasi Afrifa to avail themselves for a proper investigation.
At the Police Headquarters, the lawyer at the center of the $5 million bribery allegation against Chief Justice Kwasi Afrifa will meet with CID officials who are investigating his allegations. Last Monday, Chief Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah forwarded the charge against him to the CID for investigation.
The Chief Justice, His Lordship, Justice Anin Yeboah, has taken the first step to clear his name in the matter of Ogyeedom Obranu Kwesi Atta IV, Versus Ghana Telecommunications Company Ltd & Land Commission, where his name has featured prominently. Ogyeedom Kwesi Atta and his lawyer, Akwasi Afrifa Esq; have petitioned the General Legal Council (GLC) in respect of an alleged $5million bribery scandal, where the Chief Justice has been cited.
Lawyer Kwesi Afrifa has maintained his $5 million bribery allegation against the Chief Justice, Kwesi Anim Yeboah. The Kumasi-based lawyer reiterated his position against Anim Yeboah after he voluntarily stormed the CID headquarters to answer questions regarding his allegation. He made the bribery allegation in a letter to the General Legal Counsel in response to a petition against him by Ogyeedom Obranu Kwesi Atta VII, his former client.
Justice Kwasi Anim-Yeboah, the Chief Justice of the Republic of Ghana, has been implicated in a bribery scandal involving five million US dollars ($5,000,000). According to a document circulating, the Chief Justice allegedly wanted a $5 million payment from Ogyeedom Obranu Kwesi Atta VI, a traditional ruler whose case is currently before the Supreme Court.
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.