**Dumsor Hits Supreme Court: Power Outages Disrupt Proceedings Twice in One Day**

Proceedings at the Supreme Court were disrupted twice today due to unexpected power outages, commonly known as “dumsor.” The interruptions, which occurred during a high-profile case, have raised concerns about the stability of the power supply even in critical government institutions. The first outage struck in the late morning, just as arguments were being presented […]

Supreme Court Dismisses Injunction Application Against Approval of New Ministers.

  In a landmark ruling yesterday, the Supreme Court of the nation dismissed an injunction application seeking to halt the approval of newly appointed ministers by the government. The decision has sparked a wave of criticism from citizens who perceive it as a signal of government interference in judicial matters. The injunction application, filed by […]

Supreme Court’s Decision on Gyakye Quayson: Justice Atuguba’s “Scandalous” Remarks Raise Questions about Ghana’s Judicial Service Trustworthiness

  The recent Supreme Court decision regarding the eligibility of Gyakye Quayson, the Member of Parliament for Assin North, has stirred controversy and brought the integrity of Ghana’s Judicial Service into question. Justice Atuguba’s characterization of the situation as “scandalous” has ignited a debate among social commentators, leading many to question the trustworthiness of the […]