On Tuesday, 7th January, 2020, President Nana Addo undertook one of the most significant acts in the life of the Republic – the induction into office of a new Chief Justice, the head of the Judiciary, the third arm of government, responsible, above all, for maintaining the integrity of our constitutional order.
The choice of Mr. Justice Anin Yeboah as the 14th Chief Justice was not a difficult one to make, in view of his level of qualification, the number of years served with distinction on the Bench in the Superior Court of Judicature, totalling seventeen years, initially in the High Court, then at the Court of Appeal, and, finally, at the Supreme Court, and the considerable experience garnered as a result.
“I am sure that Mr. Justice Anin Yeboah will be an effective leader of the Judiciary, guard jealously its independence, bring honour to the Judiciary and to our country, and be a worthy successor to Chief Justice Sophia Akuffo. I expect decency, discipline, fairness, hard work, deep seated respect for the rule of law, and the continuing modernisation of judicial activities to be the hallmarks, too, of his era as Chief Justice.” The president stated . Curtesy the flagstaff house communications we bring to you these pictures :