Justice Kpegah Should Produce WAD Akufo-Addo Dead Or Alive – Kwaku Baako

Justice Francis Kpegah, former Supreme Court Judge has been asked to produce W.A.D Akufo-Addo if he still insists of impersonation on the part of Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo, 2012 flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

One can recall that Justice Kpegah sued Akufo-Addo for allegedly impersonating one W.A.D Akufo-Addo who is number 1190 on the list of lawyers in Ghana.

However on the day of reckoning, Justice Kpegah failed to turn up in court for the hearing of the writ he filed against Nana Akufo-Addo, accusing him of impersonation and for illegally holding himself as a Lawyer.

When interviewed, he complained of ill-health and still promised to pursue the case and prove that Nana Addo is not a lawyer and that he is impersonating.

Speaking to Kwami Sefa-Kayi on “Kokrokoo”, Editor-In-Chief of the New Crusading Guide newspaper, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako pointed out that if the former Supreme Court still insists, then he should produce W.A.D Akufo-Addo ‘dead or alive’.

Kweku Baako who seemed to be fed-up of the actions of Justice Kpegah demanded: “…he should produce WAD Akufo-Addo dead or alive…everybody knows that WAD refers to Akufo Addo. This is not a reflection of a training that you expect a former Supreme Court Justice to have had; but here we are dealing with such a tragic comedy”.

According to him Justice Kpegah was driven by malice and mischief because he didn’t do any crosschecking from institutions like the legal council.

“The truth of the matter is that he is of nuisance value because of the things he is doing but because he has been a former Justice of the Supreme Court, I have been a bit charitable. I don’t see why he is creating the impression that someone is afraid: ‘he is the one’. As a former Supreme Court Judge he should know better. In any case whatever he says he has, he should bring it on board to challenge whatever application. It is within his right to challenge whatever application has been put forward…” he added.

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