Justice of the Supreme Court, Justice Vida Akoto-Bamfo, has retired from active service after delivering her valedictory (farewell) judgement in the Civil Appeal case between Kwadwo Dankwa & 259 Others vrs AngloGold Ashanti (formerly Ashanti Goldfields) in court today.
Justice Akoto-Bamfo, who read the unanimous judgement in the case presided over by the Chief Justice, saw all 15 justices of the apex court present.
She was joined on the panel by Chief Justice Mrs Sophia Akuffo, Justice Julius Ansah, Justice Sophia Adenyira, Justice Jones Dotse, Justice Anin Yeboah and Justice Baffoe-Bonnie.
Others include Justice Sulemana Gbadegbe, Justice Alfred Anthony Benin, Justice Yaw Appau, Justice Gabriel Pwamang, Justice Samuel Marfo Sau, Justice Nene Amegatcher, Justice Agnes M.A Dordzie, and Prof Nii Ashie Kotey.
Career appointments Justice Akoto-Bamfo was nominated to the Supreme Court alongside Justices Benjamin Teiko Aryeetey and Nasiru Sulemana Gbadegbe by President John Evans Atta Mills in 2009.
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