Member of Parliament for Asawase in the Ashanti Region, Alhaji Mohammed Mubarak Muntaka has rendered an apology to the Lord justices of the Supreme Court and all members of the judiciary.

The Minority chief whip admits his allegations was based on a report from a trusted colleague, thereby failing to mention the particular judge involved may have had an effect of scandalizing the entire Judiciary. He has therefore retract his words and apologize for any harm done to the image and reputation of Supreme court.

“Admittedly, because l did not specifically name any judge, this may have had the effect of scandalizing the judiciary in its entirety. This unintended consequences is deeply regretted” part of his statement reads

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Full statement of Muntaka’s apology to the judiciary

His retraction follows allegations he made on 10th January that a Supreme Court judge attempted bribing an female MP in parliament to vote for the then speaker of Parliament Prof Aaron Owuaye to continue his leadership in Parliament.


“Shamefully, a Supreme Court judge called a lady colleague telling her what they will give her, if she votes for Prof Mike Oquaye. He told her that, they will help her take care of her children. She can take fuel from a filling station for free for the next four years.” Muntaka told Joy News

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