All justice seekers, visitors and patrons of the new court complex in Accra are informed that all the washrooms in the new court have been closed down for construction.
According to Starr News' Wilberforce Asare reports that workers are reportedly working to fix the defect that has bedeviled the seven-month-old edifice.
The seven-month old court complex accommodates 42 High Courts and has ancillary facilities like clinic, cafeteria, 300- seater auditorium, library, a business centre and a media centre. It also has press briefing room, Executive office for the Attorney General and Police Prosecutor and a data centre and banking services attached to it.
The US$50 million project, which began in August 2011 was executed by Chinese Company, State Hualong Construction Limited, with funds from the Government of Ghana. It was commissioned in October last year by President John Dramani Mahama at a colourful event
It is unclear when the works on the bathrooms will be completed and court authorities are yet to announce alternative avenues of convenience for justice seekers.