Kwesi Nyantakyi, former GFA President

The office of the Attorney-General will not rush in the prosecution of former Ghana Football Association (GFA) President, Kwesi Nyantakyi, says Deputy Attorney-General, Joseph Kpemka.

According to Mr Kpemka, Member of Parliament for the Tempane Constituency, although the office believes that time is of essence in ensuring that justice is served, they will not rush only to be embarrassed in court.

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“We may be perceived to be moving slowly on the matter but I can tell you that we are doing all within our capacity to go to court with iron hard evidence and fact to substantiate our case and not embarrass ourselves under the pretext of satisfying an angry crowd,” he said.

Speaking in an interview on Accra-based Citi FM, Mr Kpemka stressed the office will diligently gather its facts and evidence in the case before proceeding to court.

“We will go to court when we are ready. We know that time is of essence but justice delayed is not justice denied, but justice hurried is justice buried,” he said.

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