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Courtesy Call on AG. by OSIWA

Attorney and General and Minister for Justice, Ghana

The Attorney and General and Minister for Justice, Ms. Gloria Akuffo, has noted that government is not going to renege on establishing the Office of the Special Prosecutors.

She said this when the Human Rights Program Manager of OSIWA, Afia Asare Kyei paid a courtesy call on her at the ministry on 4th March, 2014.

The Human Right Program Manager of OSIWA said OSIWA promotes open societies where democracies, good governance and the rule of law, basic freedoms and widespread civic participation prevail. OSIWA is presently based in Senegal.

British Ambassador pays courtesy call on Ag.

British High Commissioner to Ghana & Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Ghana

The British High Commissioner to Ghana, Jon Benjamin and the British Special Envoy for Trade, Adam Afriyie, (MP Windsor) paid a courtesy call on the Attorney General (AG) and Minister for Justice on 4th March 2016.

The British High Commissioner to Ghana, congratulated the AG, Ms. Gloria Akuffo for her appointment as the AG.

Discussions between the AG and the British High Commissioner bordered on Commerce, Prisoner Transfer and The Office of the Special Prosecutor.

French Ambassador pays courtesy call on AG

French Ambassador to Ghana & Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Ghana

The French Ambassador to Ghana, Mr. Francois Pujolas, has expressed optimism that the new government in place will succeed.  He said this when he paid a courtesy call to the Attorney General and Minister for Justice on 4th March 2017.

The French ambassador revealed that his country has a policy of helping the Public Service of Ghana, with the learning of the French language. He said he will be happy to extend the service to the Attorney General’s Department and Ministry for Justice.

250 Lawyers Called to the Bar

250 Lawyers Called to the Bar, Ghana, Ministry of Justice and Attoney General

The Chief Justice, Mrs. Georgina Wood, admonished lawyers to build their ethical edge and develop their moral fibre to ensure credibility in their profession.

“Make no mistake about this: you can neither thrive nor succeed without morality. Ethics is the instrument through which your knowledge can benefit society,” the Chief Justice said this during the enrolment and call to the bar of 250 lawyers at the Banquet Hall, State House, Accra, on Friday 30th September 2016.

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