the oath to the Magistrates
“On this memorable occasion, I would like to send out a very simple message to your families and friends herein
gathered to leave you alone to discharge your duties in accordance with the oaths you have sworn. Distinguished
ladies and gentlemen, it would be remiss on my part if I do not draw attention to the possible future attempt by
litigating parties, either acting by themselves or through other agents, to exploit your relationship with our new
Magistrates to their selfish ends. So I urge you to be on your guard and quick to take up the challenge of fiercely
protecting your kith and kin from undue pressures or influences. Proud as you are as families and friends to these
new Judicial Officers we do honour today, you have a patriotic duty and oral obligation to assist them to protect
the sanctity of the office they occupy”, he said.
Judicial Secretary and some invited guests
The Magistrates are Her Worship Abigail Oppong, Her Worship Maame Yaa Amoakoa Kusi-Mensah,
Her Worship Adwoa Benaso Asumadu-Sekyi, Sylvia Afia Owusuaa and His Worship Victor Kusi.
The others are His Worship Famous Yao Amanyo, Her Worship Rosemary Abena Gyimah and
Her Worship Awurama Damoah Darkwah.
Justice Anin Yeboah advised the Magistrates to maintain high standards of integrity to strengthen
the confidence reposed in the Judiciary.
Her Ladyship Justice Cynthia Pamela A. Addo, Judicial Secretary giving her remarks
The Judicial Secretary, Her Ladyship Justice Cynthia Pamela A. Addo, urged the newly sworn-in Magistrates
to follow the oaths they swore with their hearts and minds to deliver justice faithfully, truthfully and honestly.
Supreme Court Judges and a member of the Judicial Council in attendance
The brief ceremony was witnessed by some Justices of the Supreme Court, Directors and Staff of
the Service as well as family and friends of the Magistrates.
Family & Friends of the Magistrates and other dignitaries in attendance