It has come to light that Attorney-General Godfred Dame in a counter plea, told the court that it was selfish on the part of Gyaakye Quayson to contest in a by-election knowing he is facing a criminal case at the high court. The Attorney-General advanced this argument when Accra court denied the plea by Gyaakye Quayson to adjourn the hearing of his case until after the 27th June, 2023 by-election. On listening to both sides, the court presided over by Judge Mary Maame Ekua Yanzu, denied the application to halt proceedings.
Is it the case that Attorney General wants to see James Gyaakye Quayson thrown into jail before 27th June, 2023 date for the by-election? GhanaBa News will like to urge the attorney general to continue to pray to the court to expedite actions on other judicial cases pending before the various court. GhanaBa News will like to place on record that we all pray that when cases end up in our courts, Justice is dispense timeously to take away the ’the wheel of justice ground slowly’ out of our national discourse when it comes to dispensing justice especially cases involving high political profile cases.
We are also calling on our judiciary not to forget their mandate to jealously guide the peace of our dear country. The judiciary should also remember that Ghanaian citizens and the international community is keenly watching how events are unfolding in our judicial system in recent times. There’s the need to give confidence to the general public that they will remain to uphold the moral conscience of the Ghanaian society.
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