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Minority Wants Attorney General Removed Over 499 Law Students Admission Issues



The Minority in Parliament has filed a motion to remove the Attorney General, Godfred Yeboah Dame, from office.

According to the NDC MPs, the Justice Minister has refused to comply with a directive from Parliament to facilitate the admission of some 499 students into the Ghana School of Law.

In a memorandum addressed to the Speaker of Parliament by Minority Chief Whip, Mohammed Muntaka Mubarak, the Minority wants the speaker of parliament to schedule a censure vote on the Attorney General.

“That This Honorable House passes a vote of censure on the Honourable Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Mr Godfred Yeboah Dame, in respect of the following conduct: Refusal, without justifiable basis, to implement the resolution of this Honorable House unanimously passed on October 29, that the General Legal Council admits into the Ghana School of Law 499 students who sat for and passed the entrance examination of the Ghana School of Law for the 2021/22 legal year In accordance with its own published grounds rules, Impugning the image and integrity of this Honorable House through statements unbecoming of the holder of the office of Attorney General and Minister of Justice of this Republic”, the memorandum read.

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