The Member of Parliament for Asawase, Mubarak Muntaka, has given a formal composed withdrawal and expression of remorse to the Supreme Court for supposed pay off remarks made against an anonymous individual from the seat.
The lawmaker and Chief Whip of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Caucus in Parliament had before blamed a Supreme Court judge for attempting to impact the result of the Speakership races for the eighth Parliament.
In a proclamation gave on Saturday, February 6, 2021, noted, “I have reflected profoundly and counseled comprehensively on the outcome and revelation I made during a meeting on Joy News TV on tenth Januuary 2021.”
“The divulgence was made dependent on a report from a confided in partner which was that she had been drawn closer by a Justice of the Supreme Court Judge trying to allure her to decide in favor of a specific competitor during the challenge for the Speakership of Parliament,” bits of the assertion added.
The Asawase MP in his expression of remorse anyway included that based great guidance, he will ‘let well enough alone’ and will subsequently abstain from disclosing any further analysis on the matter.
Following the previous remarks made by the MP, the Ghana Bar Association swam into the matter and approached him to validate the cases or withdraw it right away.
Additionally, Chief Justice of the Supreme, Kwasi Anin-Yeboah in an explanation gave through the Judicial Service said the pinnacle court will lead a test into the claims of pay off made by the MP.