The Chief Justice of the Republic of Ghana, His Lordship, Justice Anin Yeboah has transferred Justice Charles A. Wilson, a High Court Judge at Tamale in the Northern Region of Ghana to Bolgatanga.

The News Desk of has sighted a letter with reference number SCR/76H dated 10th December, 2020. The letter head suggests that it is from the office of the Chief Justice of the Republic of Ghana.

“I hereby transfer you from High Court “2”, Tamale, to High Court, Bolgatanga. This directive takes effect from 6th January 2021,” the letter stated.

Read also: DC Parliamentary Candidate for Techiman South files a petition to challenge the parliamentary results

According to the letter, Justice Charles A. Wilson is supposed to start work at Bolgatanga High Court on 11th January 2021 till he has been ordered to go back to Tamale where he used to be.

The letter also reveled that the Registrar of the High Court at Bolgatanga is required to send a report on the assumption of duty by Justice Charles A. Wilson.

Below is a copy of the letter from the Chief Justice’s office;

With the emergence of this letter on social media, many people, especially supporters of the National Democratic Congress believe that this transfer is politically motivated.

According to comments monitored by our News Desk, the transfer was done in anticipation for the Zabzugu Electoral case on the results from the just ended parliamentary elections in the aforementioned Constituency.

The National Democratic Congress demanded a re-collation of the parliamentary results from all the polling stations in that Constituency. This is because the party believes that the candidate representing the NDC in the Zabzugu Constituency has been cheated.



Send your news stories to [email protected] and via WhatsApp on +233 20 290 5827