The Bono Regional Youth Organizer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Efo Worlanyo Tsekpo, has reacted to recent news making waves that the Chief Justice, Kwasi Anin Yeaboah has reported Dr. Dominic Ayine to the Disciplinary Committee of the General Legal Council for allegedly berating the judiciary’s conduct during the 2020 election petition in a panel session.

As reported earlier by, the Chief Justice, in a letter addressed to the Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee of the General Legal Council, accused Dr. Ayine of stating that “the Supreme Court’s failure to apply the rules of procedures as well as the consistent and continuous dismissal of the petitioners’ applications or reliefs were the basis of his assertion”.

Reacting to these developments in a Facebook post monitored by, Efo Worlanyo, the charismatic NDC Youth leader questioned the Chief Justice on why he couldn’t do anything when Kennedy Agyapong threatened some Justices of the Supreme Court and even went further to call them fools , but is today so eager to take on Dr. Ayine for making harmless statements.

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According to Efo Worlanyo, Chief Justice Kwasi Anin Yeaboah will be remembered in the Political History of Ghana as the worse, most partisan and petty Chief Justice of the Republic.

Below is his full statement

Togbui Agorkoli Anim Yeboah Esq

History will remember you as the worse and the most partisan and petty Chief Justice of our Republic.

So you never heard Kenedy Agyapong called you people fools? You never heard Kennedy Agyapong threatened your own Justices?

So if today we have you chasing Dr. Ayine then it tells us how partisan you are. It shows your hatred for the NDC. It has clearly showed the Npp Tshirts you always wear under his robe.

No wonder the learned Tsatsu called you a bias judge.

May your conscience continues to be your judge Mr Chief Justice as your love for goat meat continue to increase.


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