In a bid to enhance access to justice and improve the quality of court facilities in the region, a new court facility has been commissioned in Mfantseman, a district in the Central Region of Ghana.
The newly commissioned court facility, which was constructed with modern architectural designs, is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and amenities to provide a conducive environment for the administration of justice. The facility comprises several courtrooms, holding cells, offices, and a spacious parking lot for court users.
Speaking at the commissioning ceremony, the Chief Justice, Justice Kwasi Anin-Yeboah, noted that the construction of the court facility was in line with the government’s commitment to improving the justice delivery system and promoting the rule of law. He further emphasized that the facility would help reduce the backlog of cases and improve access to justice for the people of Mfantseman and its environs.
The District Chief Executive of Mfantseman, Hon. Ike Lord Ennu, expressed his gratitude to the government and other stakeholders for their contribution towards the realization of the project. He also commended the Chief Justice for his efforts in ensuring that the people of Mfantseman have access to quality justice services.
In conclusion, the commissioning of the new court facility in Mfantseman is a significant milestone in the justice delivery system of the Central Region. It is expected to enhance the efficiency of the courts, reduce delays in the administration of justice, and improve access to justice for the people.