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Anin Yeboah sworn in as 14th Chief Justice of Ghana

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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has sworn into office the 14th Chief Justice of the Republic of Ghana, Justice Anin Yeboah, marking the beginning of a new era in the history of the Judiciary.

Addressing the investiture ceremony of the Chief Justice of the Republic at the Jubilee House, after administering the Oath of Allegiance, the Judicial Oath and the Oath of Secrecy, President Akufo-Addo, observed that the presence of almost all Justices of the Supreme Court at the vetting of the Chief Justice by the Appointments Committee of Parliament was an honourable gesture.

“I am hopeful that this same level of support will be forthcoming as he assumes the mantle of the Head of the Judiciary. To his colleagues on the bench and members of the Bar, I urge your continued solidarity and corporation with the new Chief Justice to promote the rule of law. That will be in line with the finest traditions of the Bench and the Bar and will help enhance the welfare of our people” President Akufo-Addo stated.

On his expectations of the new Chief Justice as he begins his new role as head of the country’s Judiciary, President Akufo-Addo said he expects “decency, discipline, fairness, hard work, deep-seated respect for the rule of law and the continuing modernization of Judicial activities to be the hallmarks of his era as Chief Justice”.

President Akufo-Addo in his remarks further noted that it is extremely important that Ghana has a Judiciary that commands the respect of its people. He added that “it is vitally important that we have judges who are honest, possess integrity and sound knowledge of the law”.

He, therefore, charged the Chief Justice to ensure that during his term in office, the Judicial Service can confidently be said to be such.

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President Akufo-Addo also assured the Chief Justice that the most pressing needs of the Judiciary such as their infrastructure challenges which directly affects the delivery of Justice in Ghana will be given the needed attention it deserves from the government.

“I assure Chief Justice Anin Yeboah that I will be a trusted partner of the Judiciary so that the Executive and the Judiciary can co-operate in the spirit of mutual respect to promote Good Governance for the advancement of people” the President opined.

Chief Justice Anin Yeboah in his first statement after his swearing-in said he is Honoured to have been appointed as Chief Justice of Ghana. He registered his sincere thanks to the President, the Council of State and Parliament for the various constitutional roles they played leading to his appointed as Chief Justice.

He further indicated that there some urgent issues that came up during his vetting by Parliament will be given all the attention it deserves in order to find lasting solutions to them.

“During my vetting by Parliament, it was evident that the following issues concerning the Judiciary were of concern to the representative of the people of Ghana. The integrity of the Judiciary and perception of corruption, delays in the justice delivery system, poor infrastructure of the Courts and residences of Judicial officers, inadequate resources for the running of the Judiciary and Justice delivery system of Ghana.

“I want to assure the people of Ghana that I will continue to jealously guard the integrity of the Judiciary as my predecessors in office have done. I will take all necessary steps to ensure that during my term in office, solutions are found to these issues of concern” Justice Anin Yeboah said.

The ceremony was graced by the Vice President of the Republic, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, Chief of Staff Akosua Frema Osei Opare, former President John Kufour, former President Jerry John Rawlings, former First Lady Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings, Ministers of State, Justices of the Supreme Court, members of the Judicial Council and General Legal Council, members of the Council of State, Service Chiefs of the Republic, members of the Clergy, Members of the Diplomatic Corps, leadership and members of the Ghana Bar Association, Nananom and family members of the Chief Justice.

Source: starrfm.com.gh

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NAM 1 Attacked At Home Again?

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CEO of MenzGold Ghana Limited, Nana Appiah Mensah aka NAM 1 has expressed his dissatisfaction about how people are planning to take law into their hands following the saga revolving MenzGold.

In his latest post on Instagram sighted by modernnewsgh.com, the business mogul disclosed that some group of people are being incited to invade his home and office.

Hinting at a planned impending attack, Nana Appiah Mensah revealed the police have been informed and they will defend themselves when it deems necessary.

NAM1 believes the issue has been politicized especially how Ghanaians are calling on Nana Addo to come to their aid.

Read his post below;

“Regardless of the court proceedings, frozen accounts & assets, we’ve made significant payments & continue to do so. Yet due to politics, u’re inciting & inviting clients under the guise of they getting paid, when your real intention is to get them organized together with hired hoodlums to invade my home again and our offices this weekend.

“We have informed the police, we’re law abiding and so this time, shall defend ourselves fully as permitted by law. #GhanaShallProsper.”

 

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Video Of Man Bathing In Public To Show His Appreciation To The NPP For The COVID 19 Free Water Initiative | Watch

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A man has been spotted bathing in public to show his appreciation to the NPP government for the free water initiative during the Coronavirus pandemic.

President Akufo-Addo during the emergency of Coronavirus in Ghana has come up with initiatives to lessen the burden of Ghanaians.

One of such initiatives is the free water for Ghanaians till the end of the year.

This initiative is to help Ghanaians cultivate the habit of washing their hands frequently which is one of the measures to help fight COVID 19.

Well, a gentleman in showing his appreciation to the ruling NPP government decided to bath himself in public.

In the video available to modernnewsgh.com, the man is seen covered in soap as he uses his sponge to rub himself in the full glare of everyone present.

 

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One Dead, 3 Injured In Alabar Market Attack

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One person has been reported dead and three others have been injured after gunmen attacked the Alabar Market in the Ashanti Regional capital, Kumasi.

Citi FM reports that the men stormed the market on Friday, October 30, 2020.

The deceased has been identified as Anwar Hussain. He died on his way to the Manhyia Government Hospital, where the injured are also receiving treatment.

Sources say the three others are in a stable condition.

Six gunmen on motorbikes stormed the market, demanded money form traders at the market traders and took off with an unspecified amount of money, according to eyewitnesses.

 

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