Justice Ajet Nassam caught in Anas' expose dancing to good tunes

22 judges who were cited in the judicial corruption scandal have been suspended by the Judicial Council

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Study shows that sad or good music brought up “a wide range of complex and partially positive emotions, such as nostalgia, peacefulness, tenderness, transcendence, and wonder.”

Surprisingly, nostalgia, rather than sadness, was the most frequently reported emotion.

That cannot be said for Justice Ajet Nassam who was videotaped and audio recorded in separate conversations with suspects or persons acting as agents of suspects.

In the video, the high profile judge was seen in a smock dancing happily to a good music tunes from the Northern region wishing founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet TB Joshua a happy birtday.

Ajet Nassam has been implicated in the damning corruption scandal that has hit the Judiciary.

An investigative piece by ace Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas has established complicity of some thirty-four (34) high profile Judges in an explosive corruption scandal likely to impact negatively on the reputation of the Judiciary.The Judges have been captured on tape in discussion with suspects or assigns of suspects on how to compromise the cases before their respective courts.

Anas has since petitioned the Judicial Service and is requesting the removal from office of the culprits, whose names are yet to be released.

It may go down in history as the single most massive bribery scandal to hit Ghana’s Judiciary, as 180 officials of the Judicial Service have been caught on camera taking bribes and extorting money from litigants.

Some of the culprits have also been linked to sex scandals in a three-hour edited video emanating from a two-year investigation into corrupt practices in the Judicial Service.

Meanwhile, 22 judges who were cited in the judicial corruption scandal have been suspended by the Judicial Council.

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