Supreme Court summons owner of Montie FM

Supreme Court summons owner of Montie FM

The Supreme Court has issued an order citing owners of Accra-based Montie FM, the two panelists who allegedly threatened the lives of judges as well as the host of the Show for contempt.

According to the hand-written noted issued by the Chief Justice, the above mentioned individuals are to appear before the court to answer for contempt charges.

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The two, Alistair Nelson and Godwin Ako Gunn, allegedly threatened to “finish” the Supreme Court  judges if they made any judgment against the Electoral Commission in the ongoing court case challenging the validity of the voters’ register. The two have been widely chastised over the comments.

Also the Ghana Bar Association and other Civil Society Organizations have condemned the comments. The Association of Judges and Magistrates on Monday said they were “terrified” by the comments and threats.

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