The Chief Justice of the republic of Ghana has reacted to bribery allegations levelled against him.
According to the Chief Justice in a letter to the Director General CID to investigate the issue, he said “that he does not know the plaintiff and has not met or seen him anywhere, except in the court room when he rises to announce his name when his case is called.”
The head of the judiciary in a letter through the Judicial Secretary also said that “he has had no personal interaction either with the plaintiff or his lawyer on this matter or in any other matter.”
His lordship Justice Anin Yeboah further stated that he does not demand or receive money to influence any decision any matter, a portion of the statement said “His Lordship further asserts that he has not demanded or received any money from any person to influence any decision in this matter or any other matter.”
READ THE STATEMENT FROM THE JUDICIAL SECRETARY BELOW
SOURCE : Coverghana.com.gh