There are speculations that the Judicial Council are earnestly making a case for the damning revelations filed by the International investigative journalist to be prevented from public viewing, in view of the consequences that may come with it.
But Nana Obiri Boahene commenting on the development so far on the corruption scandal on Si Me So on Kasapa 102.3 FM has backed calls for the public airing of the exposé, adding that it will be the best way of demonstrating the preparedness of the state in dealing with corruption.
“Why shouldn’t we watch this? So what is the big deal about that? Somebody at the risk of his life has done this investigation; why shouldn’t it be aired?
“Are we prepared to uproot corruption, or we are prepared to accommodate it,” he questioned.
Following the Anas’ exposé, twenty-two judges and magistrates who were cited in the latest corruption scandal have been suspended by the Judicial Council.
The process of determining whether there is a prima facie case against 12 High Court Judges has also been initiated by the Lady Chief Justice, Theodora Georgina Wood.
The decision was taken after the Chief Justice and the Judicial Council examined the video evidence of malfeasance brought against the judges by Anas.