- Former President Rawlings has vowed to react to a recent documentary aired by the Multimedia Group, with regard to the murder of judges in 1982
- He promised to ensure that some facts concerning the matter are laid bare
- He added that despite his health challenges, he has not lost lost his youthful zeal
Former President Jerry John Rawlings has disclosed that he will soon react to a documentary on the murder of judges, which was aired by the Multimedia Group.
According to a report by MyNewsGH.com, he stated that there are certain issues that need to be addressed and put in the right perspective.
Rawlings passed the comments on the sidelines of the United Nations Youth summit held in Accra.
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In response to the question of what he makes of the documentary, he said that “I will respond to the Multimedia documentary in Kumasi. I will boom on that platform to lay some facts bare.”
He went on to say that he has health challenges at the moment, but that will do little to quench his youthful zeal.
As part of Multimedia’s attempt to unravel circumstances surrounding the killings of three judges in Ghana, a full documentary dubbed “Who killed the judges” was aired on October 2, 2018.
It regenerated the discussion on the matter and stimulated opinions from a cross-section of Ghanaians.
Three judges of the Supreme Court of Ghana, Justices Poku Sarkodie, Cecelia Koranteng-Addow and Kwadwo Adjei Agyepong, were abducted from their homes at Ridge in Accra and killed on June 30, 1982.
The circumstances surrounding their murder have allegedly been shrouded in secrecy.
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