I am unable to telecast Woyome-Amidu case live - Chief Justice

I am unable to telecast Woyome-Amidu case live - Chief Justice

The Chief Justice, Georgina Wood says she cannot allow the live telecast of the Alfred Agbesi Woyome verse Martin Amidu examination showdown.

I am unable to telecast Woyome-Amidu case live - Chief Justice

I am unable to telecast Woyome-Amidu case live - Chief Justice

According to the letter, signed on behalf of the CJ by Judicial Secretary, Justice Alex B. Poku-Acheampong the petition by Mr Richard Asante Yeboah cannot be granted.

A private citizen Richard Asante Yeboah petitioned the CJ to have the showdown beamed live on national television as it happened in the case of the 2012 election petition hearing.

I have been directed by the Honourable Ladyship Chief Justice to inform you that, regrettably she is unable to accede to your request for a live telecast of the above-mentioned case as it is not the normal practice by the Judiciary,” Justice Alex B. Poku-Acheampong, Judicial Secretary said in reply to Mr Yeboah.

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Mr Yeboah filed the petition after the Supreme Court gave Mr Amidu the green light to examine Mr Woyome on the GHS51.2million judgement debt saga.

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