The Chairman of the Commission of Inquiry probing the activities of [email protected] Secretariat, Justice Isaac Duose, has cautioned the editor-in chief of the Enquirer newspaper, Raymond Archer for pre-empting the work of the Commission in a publication that sought to injure the reputation of two key actors in the probe.
Justice Duose’s warning followed a preliminary observation by Akoto Ampaw, Counsel for Dr. Charles Brobbey, former chief executive of [email protected] Secretariat that yesterday’s edition of the Enquirer published a memorandum that had been sent to the Commission, trying to damn his client and former Chief of Staff, Kwadwo Okyere Mpiani.
He queried Raymond Archer for the publication, emphasizing that “he had no mandate to write reports for us. The report he has put out should be ignored with contempt. “We have our own opinion to make when it comes to the time for writing our report. For now, nobody is an accuser, nobody is a plaintiff,” Justice Duose cautioned.
Source: Daily Guide
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