GHANA’S SUPREME COURT JUDGES COLLECTED BRIBES
The New Free Press is not surprised about the decision of the Supreme court to dismiss the petition before it concerning the 2012 General Election. Anyone who was discerning could see that the Justices led by Mr Justice William Atuguba were not interested in the facts and evidence before it. They spent time deviating from the case and giving cover to the respondents while ridiculing the petitioners.
The New Free Press, thanks to its source working at the Judicial service and also its source at the Flagstaff House information and intelligence unit ,can confirm to all Ghanaians that our Supreme court Judges, namely Justice William Atuguba, Justice Baffoe Bonnie ,Justice Vida Akoto Bamfo, Justice Sophia Adyinyira and Justice Sule Gadegbe sold their verdicts to the highest bidder which in this case Mr John Dramani Mahama, with each receiving 5 million US dollars paid to their bank accounts at HFC Bank, Merchant Bank and Fidelity Bank respectively. This deal was brokered by the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu and Mr Ato Ahwoi, on behalf of President John Mahama.
On Wednesday 28th August in the afternoon, when it became clear that the judges were going to rule for a re run of the election, the President and the Vice President Kwesi Amissah Arthur, together with Alhaji Huudu Yahaya, 1st Vice Chairman of the NDC ,called the Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu to call and plead with Justice Vida Akoto Bamfo and Justice Sule Gadegbe who were wavering, not to uphold the petition. After much deliberation and exchanges with the Asantehene, the Judges agreed to receive a lump sum of 5 million dollars in exchange for dismissing the petition.
On Thursday Morning, 6.30 am at Flagstaff House, President John Mahama met Justice Wiliam Atubuga and Justice Vida Akoto Bamfo who were brought to him in a police convoy at Flagstaff House by the inspector General of police, Mohamed Alhassan to thank them and their other colleagues for their willingness to dismiss the petition and to allow him to govern.
The Asantehene’s intervention, is a reward for President John Mahama agreeing to his personal request to appoint his protégé Kojo Bonsu as Mayor of Kumasi, so that their land grabbing operations, which is to own 85% of all prime and around Kumasi before 2020 takes effect.
Stay tuned for more revelations on the worse court decision in the history of Ghanaian jurisprudence and how our Supreme Court turned Ghana’s constitution upside down.
Alhaji Suraju Musah Mohamed
The New Free Press
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