Ghanaians are urged by the Chief Justice to have faith in the legal system.

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 Ghanaians are urged to have faith in the judicial system by Justice Kwasi Anin-Yeboah, the country's Chief Justice.

He made the call while a District Court Complex was being inaugurated at Ngleshie Amanfrom in the Ga South Municipality.

The establishment of the court, he said, was a realization of the judiciary's vision to bring justice to the doorsteps of the populace. "The court is here to serve all of us. Let us have confidence in the court processes and make use of the facility," he said.

"We are determined to create a justice system that ensures our litigants and fellow citizens receive effective, prompt, and high-quality justice delivery. ".

He also urged people and organizations to use the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) process as opposed to going to court.

As a result, he claimed, cases that went to court would be resolved more quickly because alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is less contentious and neither side wins or loses. ".

He insisted that everyone in the nation had a duty to ensure that democracy flourished there, but he emphasized that this was possible with a strong judiciary.

The staff and court users in particular were urged by Justice Anin-Yeboah to maintain the highest standards of upkeep for the building and its furnishings.

Previously, the area was served by courts in the Awutu Senya East Municipality or Weija in the Weija-Gbawe Municipality. According to the chief of Ngleshie Amanfro, Nii Kwashie Gbobilor, the court would have an impact on the town's reputation.

With installed computers, solar power, a generator, and a borehole to ensure a consistent and unbroken supply of water and electricity, the well-furnished court complies with utility and modernity standards.

The District Assembly Common Fund (DACF), with assistance from the judicial service, provided funding for the project, which was completed within three years.

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