A special church service has been organized to usher in the 65th Legal year of the Judicial Service of Ghana at the Cathedral Church of the Most Holy Trinity Church in Accra.
The service was attended by the Chief Justice Kwesi Anin Yeboah, the Judiciary, Attorney General, lawyers and staff of the Judicial Service.
Speaking at the ceremony, Former Anglican Archbishop, Most Rev Dr. Robert Allottey Okine admonished the Congregation to give thanks to God in all things.
He said though the COVID 19 had devastating effects, the Lord provided divine intervention. He said the use of technology ensured that justice delivery in the country was not hampered.
He also expressed appreciation to God for his protection throughout the pandemic and for a successful 2020 General Elections and election petition.
Most Rev Dr. Allottey Okine commended the judiciary for their invaluable service to the country and advised them to remain committed and resolute in the new legal year.
He said upholding their integrity is crucial to their duty of dispensing justice at all times. He also prayed for the peaceful repose of the souls of the three judges who were murdered forty years ago.