‘Chamber pot’ Judge transferred from Kasoa-MCE reveals


Mynewsghana.com is learning that the Presiding Magistrate of Kasoa District Court,Felicia Gandez, who claim to attend a nature’s call in a Chamber pot in her office has been transferred.

The District Court Magistrate on Monday,July 9,2018, made a news headline after she told the Chief Justice, Sophia Akuffo who visited the Kasoa Magistrate Court as part of her four -day tour to Judicial courts in the Central region  that she is compelled to attend a nature’s call in a chamber pot during court procedures in her office due to the lack of washroom facility.

But dismissing the claim by the Presiding Judge in a statement, the  Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of Kasoa, Mr.Michael Yaw Ashiman Mensah  expressed shocked about the entire development.

“I have seen with shock some news making rounds that there are no washrooms at the Kasoa district court. The Assembly together with the said court occupied a rented residential facility at Krispol city in Kasoa. When I took over, I realized the place was so congested. The assembly’s offices where so uncomfortable and even some officers including some heads of departments had no offices. The courtroom and offices were so small and the registerer operated from the kitchen of the rented residential facility. The judge’s office was without fan and very uncomfortable. The rent charge per month was GHC12,000.00.’

Speaking on starr News, Mr. Mensah disclosed that the Presiding Magistrate of Kasoa District Court has been transferred from Kasoa.

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“I’m informed that she has been transferred from the area. She is no longer in the area. We know we have many problems to deal with at Kasoa and we need the courts but when I heard that incident I was shocked because it couldn’t have been true,” he said.

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