KENNEDY AGYAPONG IN TROUBLE :Supreme Court stops Judge from Hearing Kennedy Agyapong’s Contempt Case

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Supreme Court to step down as presiding judge in the contempt case against the Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong.

The Court also quashed all the proceedings that have gone on so far on the case, save for the order for Mr. Agyapong to appear before the High Court on contempt charges, as well as the charge sheet, and ordered that the case be returned to the registry of the High Court for reassignment to a different Judge.

The Supreme Court gave the order on, Wednesday, October 14, 2020.

His lawyer Alexander Afenyo Markin speaking to the media after the order said the Justices of the Supreme Court referenced the Montie 3 case.

He said the Justices said the affected judges did not sit on the Montie 3 contempt case hence the decision.

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