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Chief Justice embraces media as crucial pillar in justice delivery

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The media, according to Chief Justice Gertrude Araba Esaaba Sackey Torkornoo, is an important pillar in the administration of justice in the country.

During her first meeting with the Judicial Press Corps on Tuesday in Accra, she not only praised the fourth estate of democracy, but also explained her goal for a working partnership to improve the judicial system.

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The momentous event provided an opportunity for the Chief Justice to emphasize the need of accurate and broad media coverage of court proceedings across the country.

Justice Torkornoo stressed the importance of the public having a true grasp of what is going on in the courts, and she voiced faith in the media’s capacity to bridge this information gap.

The swearing-in of new members to the Judicial Press Corps was a major feature of the occasion, signifying a new chapter in the partnership between the judiciary and the media.

This action demonstrates a commitment to creating a more transparent and informed society.

In his address to the attendees, legal Torkornoo encouraged them to dive into the complexities of the legal system.

She emphasized the significance of the media studying and comprehending the subtleties of legal procedures, regarding them as contributors to the creation of a more just and equitable society rather than merely reporters.

The Chief Justice’s extraordinary engagement of the media is a positive step toward ensuring that the public is well-informed about judicial procedures, fostering openness, and ultimately contributing to the improvement of the legal system.

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