Ghana’s Supreme Court building may look very appealing to the eye, but it appears the inside depicts the exact opposite.
For many years the Supreme Court has remained one of Ghana’s historic edifices in the Fourth Republic and represents the country’s acceptance of the rule of law and democracy.
However, just like many national assets, the building appears to be mismanaged and unkempt by those in charge.
If photos of the inner view of the court are anything to go by, then there is no doubt that such a historic edifice deserves much better.
Some pictures trending on Facebook indicate that the inside walls are not painted, whiles almost all the washrooms are left untidy.
Some of the roofs also look leaky, as the ceiling is torn apart.