PETITIONING THE MINISTER FOR JUSTICE AND THE ATTORNEY GENERAL DEPARTMENT

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PETITIONING THE MINISTER FOR JUSTICE AND THE ATTORNEY GENERAL DEPARTMENT.

Kwadwo Adjei
H/NO.TMA 101/01 Dwomor -Techiman Brong Alhafo Region.

The Hon.Minister for Justice
Attorney General Dept
Accra-Ghana

THE REPUBLIC
1.Jacob Agogo
2.Alhassan Issahaku

My Petitions as follows

1.My earlier letter dated 4/7/2017 and your response letter No.AGD/PD/139/17 of 2/8/2017 refers

2.That as earlier indicated,I am a business resident at Dwomor within the Techiman municipality

3.That I am also a Ghanaian by birth,born to a Ghanaian father and mother respectively

4.That Ghana is a democrtic country with the rule of law and due process at cardinal principles’ to achieving our democratic dispensation

5.That I petitioned your office dated 4/7/2017 on some matters perceived as illegal and contrary to law.See my letter dated 4/7/2017 attached

6.That your office vide letter NO.AGD/PD/139/157/17 of 2/8/2017 responded with an equivocal promise that my petition was receiving the needed attention.I was told the matters would be transferred to another state attorney for prosecution

7.That with this in mind,I taught justice would to beh done

8.Ironically, 23.11/17,I went to the Wenchi high court where the matter had been adjourned to,on that faithful date

9.That the presiding judge after the matter was called made some uncomplimentary remarks against me,accusing me in an opened court of making an unfounded allegation against him.This took place in the presence of some member of the BAR indeed,I had no right of response,To my ditmay the presiding judge discharged the accused persons

10.This was done even though the judge was aware of a pending petition,which in deed,I protested against perceived bias against the judge and the then prosecutor(attorney General)

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11.Indeed,as the law is,I am informed and verily belief same to be true that discharged does not amount to acquitted and discharge.

12.That no sooner had the two accused persons were discharged,that they started making mockery of me contending that my actions against them was actuated by malice.

13.As a law abiding person,I would not like to put the law into my hands and retaliate,knowing very well that this might result in a breach of the peace.

14.I am aware that this country is govern my laws and have once again decided to petition your office to intervene.

15.It is quite obvious that,if any court,beside the Wenchi high court pronounces judgment in the case no matter of the outcome of the judgement or decision I will abide by same knowing that the rule of law and due process has taken place.

16.It is fundamental importance that justice should not only be done,but should manifestly and undoubtedly be seen to be done please.

Signed…….. Yours faithfully Kwadwo Adjei
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Cc:Her ladyship,the chief justice
Judicial service headquarters
Accra- Ghana

Principal state attorney
Brong Ahafo Region
Sunyani
Attention
Francis Mullen Ansah(MRS)
Principal state attorney.

 

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