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Imagine the costs that litigants from the two upper regions endure in order to be able to appeal or defend appeal cases in Accra. Having an appeal court in Kumasi, most likely, halves their cost. The implication of the current closure of the Kumasi Court of Appeal is that those litigants who cannot afford to come down to Accra are in effect denied the justice that they deserve.

The Chronicle appeals to Chief Justice Wood to go the whole hog in her decentralisation drive, when the good times return, as they definitely will in the future. Instead of outposts that the regional appeal courts are now, they should become established duty posts with the necessary Appeal Court Judges resident in Cape Coast, Koforidua and Kumasi.

The Appeal Court is still functioning in Accra because the Judges are resident here and do not have to be paid accommodation and outstation allowances. President John Dramani Mahama must wake up now. He should not merely direct but ensure that the Judicial subvention is released today.

That is the only path of honour!