Member of Parliament for Tamale Central, Murtala Mohammed, has said Parliament will still have to deal with the Attorney General, Godfred Dame in spite of complying with the resolution to admit the 499 law students who obtained the 50 per cent pass mark.
“The end game is to deal with him to ensure that next time any person who is given the opportunity to serve as a minister, whose comfort is ensured by the tax payers, will act more responsibly.
“It was so disrespectful the manner in which he delivered that statement, it was completely unbecoming of a minister . He is my very good friend but I am compelled to use some of these words on him,” he told TV3’s Nancy Vukanea on Thursday November 11.
The AG in a four (4) page letter addressed to the Chairman of the General Legal Council, the Attorney General highlighted what he says is the perception “of a lack of transparency and doubts about the integrity of the admission processes into the Ghana School of Law, created by the manner in which the admission processes were handled by the GLC in 2021, as well as the enormous public interest generated thereby”.
The Minority had earlier presented a memorandum to the Speaker of Parliament that was seeking to pass vote of censure against Dame for failing to implement a resolution of Parliament to admit 499 law school students.