Use Legitimate Avenues To Get Concerns Addressed – JUSAG To Special Prosecutor

The Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSAG) has responded to comments made by Special Prosecutor Kissi Agyebeng about the performance of the judiciary regarding his work.

The Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSAG) has responded to comments made by Special Prosecutor Kissi Agyebeng about the performance of the judiciary regarding his work.

The Deputy General Secretary of the Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSAG) Ms. Joyce Assan said that there are “judicial avenues through which the concerns raised by the OSP can be legitimately addressed.”

The statement comes after Mr. Agyebeng expressed concern about the number of “faulty judicial decisions” being made by the court that interfere with his work in corruption-related matters.

“The cases were tried at the High Court, and if the SP disagrees or is dissatisfied with the decisions of the High Court, it could proceed to the Court of Appeal and will still have the opportunity to appeal further to the Supreme Court for redress,” she said.

Ms. Joyce said that Agyebeng should use the judicial system to challenge any decisions that he disagrees with rather than engaging the media.

He also emphasized that “courts do not exist to satisfy themselves or the whims and caprices of any individual or state institution.”

 

On December 4, 2023, she made the statement in an interview with Obuoba Ofori Amanfo on the Maakye Morning Show on Ahenkan FM.

 

Listen to the audio below

 

 

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Source: Ahenkanfmonline.com / 93.3 FM

 

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