Everything that has a beginning definitely has an end. The job of the chief justice, Georgina Theodora Wood is no exception.
The chief justice, Her Ladyship Georgina Theodora Wood, has revealed that she will be ending her tenure in May 2017. Ahead of her retirement, the chief justice is asking friends and supporters to pray for her indicating that “although it’s not ended, this is rather when I need His (God) grace and support more.”
Her decision to retire from the third organ of government follows her chalking the age of 70 come 2017.
Georgina Wood was appointed and sworn in by former President John Agyekum Kufour and assumed office on 15th June, 2007. Prior to that position she had turned down an appointment to the Supreme Court by Former President Kufour in 2002 November.