Video: This is injustice under Akufo-Addo's government - Amaliba reacts
A member of the National Democratic Congress' legal team, Abraham Amaliba has finally reacted to the statement from the Ghanaian who is overseas. According to Abraham Amaliba, if the Judicial Service are working in favor of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) government, there will be consequences on our country's security, Ghana because the Ghanaian who is overseas made a statement and the contents in the statement talks about the negativity of Ghana.
Judicial Service should Trail former Government appointee's in court for corruption charges
Africa needs to follow suit, after South Africa jailed their former leader for contempt. He was asked to come to court on the charges of corruption, upon not showing up a higher court in the country has jailed him 15 months for contempt. He being trailed for corruption charges is a good step to strengthen the economy of the country, and a great tool to fight corruption in the country.
Ongoing exchange of judges was for proficient conveyance of equity – Judicial Service
Ongoing exchange of judges was for proficient conveyance of equity – Judicial Service The Judicial Service has communicated issues about distributions in some phase of the media ascribing sick and ill-advised intentions to the Chief Justice's new exercising of managerial forces to reassign two High Court judges. A statement recommended by using the usage of Justice please Pamela and Addo, the Judicial Secretary on Thursday, December, 31 clarified that the Chief Justice, by way of the skill of a letter dated
Apologize To The Chief Justice Or Face Legal Action - Judicial Service Demands From Ghanaweb
The Judicial Service has written a rejoinder to one of Ghana's leading news portals, Ghanaweb demanding an apology and retraction of a news publication on the news portal concerning the Judge in the Kenedy Agyapong Contempt case. In the rejoinder sent to Ghanaweb which was signed by the Judicial Secretary, Justice Cynthia Pamela Addo, the service indicated that, the story wiry the headline " Judge In Kenedy Agyapong Case Transfered Outside Accra", which was published on the General News page of Ghanaweb news
Perceptions Of Corrupt Judiciary Are More Dangerous Than The Actual Act - Ivan Kyei
The aggrieved social communicator and youth activist, Ivan Innocent Kyei on Onua TV today said, the chief justice of Ghana, Kwasi Anin-Yeboah is not Okomfo Anokye and the Judicial Service is not a shrine that no one can express his or her opinion to advise him and the institution in clearing the perceptions of the Ghanaians because the perceptions of the corrupt judiciary are more dangerous than the actual act.
Inasmuch As the Judiciary Deserves Respect, It Must Equally Be Seen To Worth It; Opinion
The Judiciary is one of the three organs of government and in effect, the head of the Judiciary, the Chief Justice becomes the commander-in-chief of the Ghana armed forces in the absence of the President, Vice President and the Speaker of Parliament. It is the only organ responsible for the administration of Justice in the Country. Ghana's Judicial service, a supporting organ under the Judiciary, is highly respected and held in high esteem and various Chief Justices have always worked hard to maintain the dignity
2 Judicial Service cashiers on the run for allegedly embezzling GH¢81,796
Clemence Animabo and James Twum, who worked for the Twifo Praso and Wamfie District Magistrate Courts in the Central and Bono regions, respectively, collected various quantities of money as state income but failed to deposit the funds in authorized accounts. (Dr James Klutse Avedzi (middle), Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee, having a discussion with Mr Samuel Atta-Mills (left),Vice Chairperson of the committee, and Mr Kofi Okyere Agyekum, Ranking Member of the PAC, at its sitting in Accra )
Look At Your Free Policies You Are Enjoying Under The Nana Addo Government
Npp Nana Addo Government has given this number of projects and policies you are enjoying for free. Check them below and indicate if TRUE OR FALSE. 1. National ID Cards by Nana Addo government True or false? 2. Digital Property Addressing system by Nana Addo government True or false? 3. Drivers licenses and vehicle registration goes Digitization by Nana Addo government True or false? 4. Mobile money payments interoperability by Nana Addo government True or false? 5. Digitization of land and property Administration by
We Have Not Transferred Any Judge With Issues With Kennedy Agyapong.
The Judicial Service of Ghana has come out to dismiss claims that it has orchestrated the transfer of Justice Amos Wuntah who has a contempt case with Kennedy Agyapong. This came after when the Member of Parliament for Assin Central used bitter words on the judge.As a result of this,contempt was ordered against the parliamentarian. The lawyers for Kennedy Agyapong filled a review application to stop Justice Amos Wuntah from proceeding with the case as they complained about the hostile treatment they received
"Grapes must be crushed to make wine" - Akuapem Poloo Stated As She Jubilates
Actress, Rosemond Alade Brown popularly known as Akuapem Poloo has found favour in the sight of the Appeal Court of Ghana as the Court has reversed Akuapem Poloo’s 90-day jail term. Rosemond Alade Brown who was slapped with a fine settles the court's fine and gained her freedom.
Recent transfer of judges was for efficient delivery of justice – Judicial Service
Given days to the submission of the Petition by the National Democratic Congress (NDC), there were some uncertain manoeuvres within the Judicial Service as it experienced some transfers of judges. Most thoughts were that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) had collided with the judicial service to transfer these judges and hence, the hearing would be in their favour. But, The Judicial Service has expressed concerns about publications in some section of the media imputing ill and improper motives to the Chief Justice’s
Chief Justice Finally Reacts To Accusations Of Bribery Against Supreme Court Judge By Muntaka
The Chief Justice, His Lordship Justice Aning Yeaboah through the Judicial Secretary has responded to allegations of misconduct been leveled against an unnamed Supreme Court Judge By the Member of Parliament for Asawaase Constituency, Hon. Mohammed Mubarak Muntaka. In a release signed by the Judicial Secretary, Justice Cynthia Pamela Addo, the Chief Justice stated that, the Judicial Service has noted with grave concern the remarks of the Asawaase Lawmaker which have been published in the media. According to
Why The Judicial Service Must Investigative This Serious Allegations By Muntaka Against A Judge
The independence of the judiciary is something that should be protected by Citizens in any democracy. This is because, when there is mistrust in the Judiciary, it creates a lot problems for a Country like Ghana. The Judiciary is meant to dispense justice to Citizens without fear or favour. The Judicial Service of Ghana must as a matter of urgency Institute investigations in to allegations leveled against an unnamed Supreme Court Judge by NDC Member of Parliament for Asawaase Constituency. According to the Asawaase
(Let Sleeping Dogs Lie) Do You Think Muntaka's Apology To The Supreme Court Was Regretted (Opinion)?
Kindly Hit The FOLLOW Button on top to follow me for more political gists. In this article, I will like to speak about Mubarak Muntaka's apology to the Supreme Court. Individual from Parliament (MP) for Asawase, Mohammad Mubarak Muntaka, has wholeheartedly apologized to the Supreme Court of Ghana over charges of bribery he made about an anonymous individual from the seat. In an officially composed withdrawal and conciliatory sentiment to the Supreme Court he communicated lament about the unintended harm his
The CONDUCT of Judges is what matters- Prof H. Kwesi Prempeh
Prof H. Kwesi Prempeh, the Executive Director for the Ghana Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana), has said that it is not what people write or say about the judges that will erode confidence in the judiciary rather the conduct of the judges themselves.
Why Kan Dapaah is trending
National Security Minister, Hon. Kan Dapaah has sparked serious discussions on radio, tv, and even social media. This was after he made some comments at the Judicial Service meeting for which he was invited to speak. In his speech, he urged judges to be fair in their rulings so as to win the trust of Ghanaians, thereby strengthening the judiciary and the judicial system.
Judicial Service ADR week to commence today
The Ghana Judicial Service has declared today,Monday, March 14 to Friday 18 as Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) week for the 2022 legal year. A statement issued and signed by by the National ADR Coordinator, Madam Joyce Adjoa Nnmoale, said the focus of the week was to reduce the backlog of cases at the 131 participating Court across the country.
Judicial Service :Can Ghana Adopt Virtual Jury System In This Era Of COVID-19?
Since the outbreak of COVID -19, some court hearings have been delayed, just a few hearings took place due to social distancing measures, adding to the already existing backlog . With the adoption of a Virtual Trial system the courts would be eased of its pressure. Apart from easing the pressure on the courts, the virtual trials maybe necessary for other reasons, such as where the defendant is not situated in the country and there are difficulties in bringing them in. For instance, during the period the