AG’s department allegedly fingered in yet-to-be-aired 'Cash for Justice' documentary

AG’s department allegedly fingered in yet-to-be-aired 'Cash for Justice' documentary

- The Attorney-General’s department is alleged to have been fingered for taking bribes to set suspected criminals free

- The investigative piece put together by EIB's Edward Adeti, would be aired on Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 6:30pm on GHone TV

- Excerpts showed how some persons at the Attorney-General’s department engaged in corruption practices to free suspected criminals

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The country's judicial system is one that most people have lost total confidence in, considering the fact that, justice now is mostly served to the rich who can pay their way out.

This has caused a lot of innocent people to loose cases that was clearly in their favor and also have put innocent people behind bars.

In a yet to be aired documentary titled Cash for Justice expose, the Attorney-General’s department is alleged to have been fingered for taking bribes to set suspected criminals free.

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The investigative piece put together by EIB's Edward Adeti, would be aired on Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 6:30pm on GHone TV.

Excerpts from the soon to be aired documentary showed how some persons at the Attorney-General’s department engaged in corruption practices to free suspected criminals

These persons were seen distorting the cause of justice; taking bribes to free crime suspects.

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In other news, the Apostolic Church Ghana, Adentan Central Assembly, has honoured 100-year-old Mama Mary Kwame aka Adjourni for her unrivalled contribution towards the church during its early formation.

Mama Mary Kwame received a citation from the church in recognition of her ''contribution and selfless dedication'' especially for giving her ''house for the establishment of the Adentan Central Central Assembly.''

YEN.com.gh earlier featured the 100-year-old woman, who now lives at Adenta in Accra, where she shares a room with a granddaughter.

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