Former President John Mahama has reacted to the sentencing of former Director-General and Board Chairman of the National Communications Authority.
William Tetteh Tevie, Eugene Baffoe-Bonnie and Alhaji Osman were jailed for causing financial loss to the State.
Lawyer of the second accused [ Tevie] expressed shock at the ruling but said it was expected.
Mr Mahama has also reacted subtly to the trial of his former appointees by posting a cryptic picture on his Twitter handle which has looks like a judge blindfolded but firmly holding her scale and her sword which has deep meaning.
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The former President also tweeted:
When a man points a finger at someone else, he should remember that four of his fingers are pointing at himself —Louis Nizer.
Read the tweet below: