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Montie 3 Remission: Judges should learn lessons – Professor Asare

August 25, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

A US -based legal luminary Prof.Kwaku Asare, has suggested to the Supreme Court Judges to draw lessons from the repeal of their order of incarceration of the Montie trio by President John Dramani Mahama. He urged them to look beyond just prosecution, saying the Constitution drafters in their own wisdom created the provision for the […]

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Judges jailed Montie 3 to stabilize Ghana ahead of polls – Bature

August 2, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

Managing Editor of The AL-hAJJ, Alhaji Bature Iddrisu has said the decision of the supreme court to throw the Montie FM contemnors into jail was done dispassionately to stabilize the country ahead of the 2016 elections. Alhaji Bature contends that the happenings within the last five months in the lead up to the December polls, […]

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Judges are not infallible – Sam George

August 2, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

NDC Parliamentary candidate for Ningo-Prampram, Sam George has waded into discussions surrounding the imprisonment of the three Montie FM convicts. Speaking on Peace FM’s Kokrokoo, Sam George stated that Judges are not infallible humans and so are prone to making mistakes. He added that due to the infallible nature of Judges, there is the need […]

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NDC members embark on ‘Free Mugabe and co’ march

July 28, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

Supporters of the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) intend marching to the party’s headquarters in Accra in protest to the four months’ jail term handed down to radio host Salifu Maase, aka, ‘Mugabe’ and two radio panellists: Alistair Nelson and Godwin Ako Gunn, by the Supreme Court for contempt. The supporters say they want the […]

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What the Supreme Court said about Montie trio and radio operators

July 28, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

The Supreme Court Wednesday sent a strong warning to people who make irresponsible comments on media platforms by sentencing two radio panellists and a programme host to four months’ imprisonment each for scandalising the court. The two panellists, Alistair Tairo Nelson and Godwin Ako Gunn, and the host, Salifu Maase, alias Mugabe, were also to […]

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Montie trio deserve harsher punishment – Okudzeto

July 28, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

A former President of the Ghana Bar Association (GBA), Mr Sam Okudzeto thinks that the Supreme Court should have given a tougher punishment to the Montie FM contemnors than the four months jail sentence for the trio and fines for the owners of the radio station and frequency. “…I would have given them much longer […]

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Montie 3 sent to Nsawam Prisons

July 28, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

The radio host and two panelists of Montie FM who were sentenced to four months imprisonment have been sent to the Nsawam Prisons in the Eastern Region. The three were sent to the prisons around 6:24pm. Their lawyer Edudzie Tamakloe who confirmed this to Kasapa news said the contemnors will be spending most of their […]

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Lawyer for ‘Montie 3’ disappointed by ‘harsh’ punishment

July 27, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

Mr. George Loh, lawyer for the two Montie FM panelists has stated that he is disappointed over the decision of the Supreme Court to hand a four month jail term to his clients, Alistair Nelson and Godwin Ako Gunn. Nelson, Ako Gunn all belonging to the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) and talk show host […]

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Radio Gold, Montie FM shuts down in solidarity with Montie 3

July 27, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

Two Accra based radio stations owned by the Network Broadcasting Company, have temporarily shut down in solidarity with the three contemnors who were handed four months jail sentences on Wednesday morning by the Supreme Court. Radio Gold (90.5fm) and Montie FM (100.1fm) went off air around 3:10 pm on Wednesday. Graphic Online was monitoring the […]

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NDC directs members to mind comments against Supreme Court

July 27, 2016, Author: Deborah Acquah

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has cautioned its members to desist from making comments “likely to compromise, embarrass or impugn the integrity of the Supreme Court and all other constitutionally mandated bodies which are dully performing their duties. The party says in a statement issued Wednesday and signed by Mr. Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, General Secretary […]

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