ASSESS TO justice delivery has been improved significantly at Atasemanso in Kumasi following the opening of a Circuit Court in the area.
The Chief Justice, His Lordship Justice Anin Yeboah, with support from the Kumasi Mayor, Sam Pyne, officially commissioned the court on Monday.
In his address, the Chief Justice commended President Akufo-Addo’s administration for doing its utmost best to build courts across the country.
According to him, he promised to help bring justice delivery to the doorstep of the ordinary Ghanaian when he assumed office as the Chief Justice.
In this regard, he said he decided to build about 100 courts across the country, noting that the government has helped in constructing more courts, so far.
Justice Anin Yeboah also urged the Judicial Service to quickly resolve cases brought before the courts to help boost public confidence in the courts.
“Justice delayed is justice denied”, the Chief Justice told the staff of the judicial service and said they should quicken in resolving cases in courts.
He also urged people who seek justice from the courts not to put pressure for their cases to be resolved instantly, saying “the wheel of justice grinds slowly”.
On his part, Sam Pyne, the Kumasi Mayor, lauded the government for its efforts to bring justice to the doorsteps of the people since assuming power.
In his address, the Chief of Atasemanso, Nana Owusu Barimma III, called for the better maintenance of the court building to ensure its longevity.
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