The Chief Justice, Justice Anin Yeboah, has called upon the staff of the Judicial Service to exercise fairness and integrity in the performance of their duties.
During the inauguration of two court buildings in Gomoa Central and Agona East in the Central Region, Justice Anin Yeboah emphasized the crucial role played by the staff of the Judicial Service in shaping the public perception of the court system.
He further expressed confidence that the construction of these new court facilities would help to expedite the legal process and reduce turnaround times for justice seekers.
“I urge the staff of the Judicial Service, whose work will give meaning to the construction of this court to see themselves as ambassadors of the service and of the very concept of justice delivery.
“This would impose on them a responsibility, to be honest, fair and transparent in all their dealings with the public who come to seek justice.”
Interacting with the media, District Chief Executives for Gomoa Central and Agona East, Benjamin Kojo Otoo and Janet Odei Paintsil, respectively ,affirmed that the establishment of these new court facilities would help address legal issues in their districts.
The Gomoa Central and Agona East courts are part of a larger project that involves the construction of over one hundred new court buildings across the country.