Judicial Secretary withdraws ‘produce Ghana card to obtain judgements’ directive

Source The Ghana Report

The Office of the Judicial Secretary has rescinded with immediate effect, a directive that mandated the presentation of the Ghana Card as a means of identification to access judgments.

A circular supposedly issued by the Judicial Secretary dated January 31, 2024, said individuals were to present their Ghana Cards as a form of identification for obtaining judgments from the courts.

In a letter to Court Registrars dated Thursday, February 29, the Judicial Secretary, Justice Cyra Pamela C. A Koranteng said she did not authorize the said directive.

“I write with reference to a circular issued in the name of the Judicial Secretary, on 31st January 2024 on the subject of proving one’s identity by producing a Ghana card to obtain Judgements. Kindly note that this circular was not authorized by the Judicial Secretary, consequently, it is hereby withdrawn with immediate effect,” Justice Cyra Koranteng said.

Meanwhile, the office has promised to issue guidelines on preventing fraudulent activities, urging Court Registrars to adhere to the directive.

“Please expect to receive directives in respect of measures to be taken to curb improper use of court orders by fraudsters. Kindly take note for your immediate compliance,” a part of the letter read.


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