In this interview with David Ampofo, Hon. Joe Ghartey comments on the justice delivery system in Ghana and what is currently being done to ensure that all persons receive objective and fair hearing in matters concerning justice in Ghana.
“I have never been to the prison before as a prisoner but I visit the prison and I feel sorry for anyone who is accused of a criminal offence because what I say in my mind is that if the person is found guilty that’s where they are going to end up. But the point is that, society has given me a job and the job they’ve given me is to enforce the rules.” He says.
Hon Joe Ghartey also comments that the justice system is not a perfect one. “There are countries; even in the U.K people were sentenced to 17years.
What is Ghana’s justice system really like?
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