Twenty Ghanaian judges and magistrates have been sacked based of their conviction for bribery.

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Twenty Ghanaian judges and magistrates have been sacked based of their conviction for bribery.

Twenty Ghanaian judges and magistrates have been sacked based of their conviction for bribery. The corrupt legal officers were exposed by Ghana's celebrated investigative journalist, ANAS AREMEYAW ANAS, which led to a thorough investigation into allegations of corruption in the judiciary.
The Chief Justice GEORGINA THEODORA WOOD who announced the sacking, said she wanted to assure the public that the judicial council, the regulatory body for judges, would take prompt and resolute action to redeem the image of the judiciary.

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