Positive COVID-19 cases compels Supreme Court to suspend sittings

The Supreme Court has temporarily suspended all its sittings over cases that are before them. This follows the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) at the Judicial Service where some Judges and staff have allegedly tested positive and have mandatorily been made to self-isolate.

All cases that were set to be heard this week have all been adjourned.

Meanwhile, a Justice of the Court of Appeal, Justice Paul Gyaesayor has died after complaining of ill-health yesterday, politicoghana.com can confirm.

The experienced Judge who was at work on Tuesday, July 7, 2020, according to information from the Judicial Service complained of ill-health and went home.

But he died shortly after he left the office to the house.

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