Crime & Law

CJ bent on bringing finality to bribery allegations against Supreme Court Judge

The Chief Justice, Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah, says he will investigate an allegation that a Justice of the Supreme Court tried to bribe a National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament-Elect (MP) to influence her in the election for a Speaker of Parliament.

A press statement signed by the Judicial Secretary, Justice Cynthia Pamela Addo, said the Chief Justice will seek the assistance of the person who made the allegation, the NDC MP for Asawase, Mr Mohammed Mubarak Muntaka.

“The general public is hereby assured that the Hon Chief Justice considers this allegation of impropriety a matter of grave import to the integrity of the Judiciary.”

“The Hon Chief Justice is therefore taking steps to solicit the assistance of Mohammed Mubarak Muntaka, MP, to establish the facts so that the matter can be dealt with appropriately. The public will be apprised of any further development in due course,” the statement added.


Chief Whip of the NDC who doubles as NDC MP for Asawase, Muntaka in an interview with Accra based Joy News last Sunday, (Jan 10, 2021), accused a Justice of the Supreme Court of attempting to induce a colleague NDC MP to vote for Prof Aaron Mike Oquaye as the Speaker.

“Shamefully, a Supreme Court judge called a lady colleague telling her what they will give her if she votes for Prof Mike Oquaye. He told her that, they will help her take care of her children. She can take fuel from a filling station for free for the next four years.

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