A respected Ghanaian journalist has come up with audio and video proofs that indict no fewer then 34 judges for corrupt activities.
A renowned Ghanaian investigative journalist has exposed a number of corrupt judges in the country. Anas Aremeyaw Anas, the Ghanaian journalist, is known for his high profile detective work. He reportedly have been investigating judges in Ghana and has audio and video devices as proofs.
Ghana’s judicial system may be approaching a major shake-up following reports of massive bribery and compromise among judges, according to sources speaking with Sahara Reporters. News have it that Ghanaian journalist has indicted no fewer than 34 judged who accepted bribes.
These judges include High Court Judge Justice John Ajet-Nassam, known for throwing out the case against Alfred Agbesi Woyome in the controversial Gh51 million judgment debt scandal. Others include Human Rights Court Judge Kofi Essel Mensah and High Court Judge Charles Quist. They are reportedly on tape agreeing to skew judgments in cases including robbery, murder, and corruption for bribes.
Anas Aremeyaw Anas is planning to play the recordings at the National Theatre in Accra of top judges negotiating bribes and agreeing to influence the delivery of justice in favor of the bribe payers.His recording are allegedly took 2 years of painstaking and reticent work.
Some of the indicted judges have reportedly started filing in thieir resignation letter. Some others have been reported sick. Justice Charles Quist, has reportedly suffered mild stroke since news of the scandal started making rounds. Many people have claimed that the investigations of Anas Aremeyaw Anas, the Ghanaian journalist will bring the long awaited reform in the country’s judicial system.