Her Excellency Stephanie Sullivan, the United States Ambassador to Ghana has paid a courtesy call on the Attorney-General and Minister for Justice, Hon Godfred Yeboah.
The meeting took place at the office of the Minister on 6th May,2021.
Welcoming the Ambassador, Hon. Godfred Dame thanked H.E. Sullivan for the visit and acknowledged the US Government’s support over the years.
The Minister gave an overview of some key policy initiatives which the Ministry is currently undertaking to enhance Justice delivery in Ghana; e.g., drafting of Community Sentencing Bill, Code of Conduct for Public Officers Bill, implementation of the case tracking system, the IIMS Project which will incorporate an E-Library for Attorneys among others.
The Ambassador on her part congratulated the Minister on his elevation to the new position as Attorney – General and Minister for Justice and pledged her country’s commitment and support towards the advancement of Democracy, good governance and rule of law.
Other dignitaries from the US Embassy were Marcelle A. Bebbe- Ramish, Legal Attaché (FBI) and Audra Lykos in charge of Democracy, Rights and Governance.
Present also were, the Chief Director, Suleiman Ahmed, the Solicitor General, Helen Awo Ziwu Director of Public Prosecution, Yvonne Obuobisa, PPME Mr. Nick Banor, Deputy Director HR, Nana Oye Nartey, Personal Assistant to the Minister, Yvonne Bannerman, Head of P R Unit, Sally A.A. Jackson and Faissal Abdulai, Assistant PRO.