Some of the magistrates who showed no remorse for their action were let go without any end of service benefits
Twenty out of the twenty one magistrates shown in the Anas expose' on bribery in the judiciary have been removed from office.
Pulse.com.gh has learnt that some of them were removed with benefits while others were let go without any benefits.
Ghana was hit with a massive judicial scandal when it was revealed in an expose by Anas Aremeyaw Anas that Superior and lower court judges took bribes in order to free criminal.
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According to the Judicial Council the ones removed with benefits showed remorse.
The five member Committee which investigated the matter was chaired by Justice Sophia Adinyira.
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The committee submitted their work to the judicial Council today upon which these decisions were taken.
Below is the full list of lower court judges removed with and without benefits:
His Honour Benjamin Y. Osei – Circuit Court, Juaben
2. Her Honour Florence Otoo Ninepence – Circuit Court, Tema
His Honour Isaac B. Akwantey – Circuit Court , Wa
His Honour Alex Obeng Asante – Circuit Court, Tarkwa
His Honour Emmanuel K. Sunu – Circuit Court, Bolgatanga
His Honour Baptist Kwadwo Filson – Circuit Court, Bibiani
His Honour Emmanuel Opare – Circuit Court , Techiman
His Worship Samuel Ahiabor – District Court, Adidome
His Worship William Baffoe – District Court , Cape Coast
His Worship Michael Boamah Gyamfi – District Court, Mampongteng
His Worship Jacob Amponsah – District Court, Ejisu
His Worship Frank Kingley Oppong – District Court, Kasoa
His Worship Samuel Esselwalker – District Court, Bolgatanga
His Worship Alfred K. A Mensah – District Court, Somanya
15. His Honour Seyram Tsatsu Azumah – Circuit Court, Akropong
16. His Worship Paul K. Alhassan – District Court, Agona
17. His Worship Albert Zoogah – District Court, Ashiaman
18. His Worship Courage Ofori Afriyie – District Court, Offinso
The two missing names have been withheld because according to the Judicial Council, their lawyers have not been reached yet to be informed about the decision.