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Justice Amadu Tanko becomes the first Muslim to be appointed to the Supreme Court (Video)

Justice Amadu Tanko has made history as the first Muslim to to become a Supreme Court judge in Ghana.

This follows his appointment by the President of Ghana together with other 3 judges.

After passing the vetting process, Amadu Tanko and the other Supreme Court appointees, Prof Henrietta Mensah-Bonsu; Yoni Kulendi and Justice Clemence Honyenuga have been approved by Parliament.

 

On Friday 22 Friday 2020 President Akufo-Addo in the presence of the National Chief Imam talked about the great feat achieved by Justice Amadu Tanko by becoming the first Muslim Supreme Court judge.

Read more: Coronavirus Pandemic: National Chief Imam declares 2-day fasting for Muslims

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