The government has officially commissioned The Law House, a ten-story edifice in Accra, to serve as the new office of the Attorney General and Ministry of Justice.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, who commissioned that the Law House in Accra on Monday, said it was a symbol of his government’s dedication to upholding the tenets of the rule of law.
He stated that the importance of the building goes beyond its physical structure. It symbolizes a strong dedication to upholding the tenets of the rule of law, which is the bedrock of any thriving democracy.
The President explained that the completion of the building was a testament to the New Patriotic Party government’s commitment to addressing the long-standing office accommodation issues that have hindered justice delivery in Ghana.

President Akufo-Addo further describes Former President Mahama’s continuous labeling him as a clearing agent because of the mere allegation of corruption charges against his appointees as unjustified. He added that his government has done better in the fight against corruption than any other government

He also took the opportunity to praise his Attorney-General’s contribution to the completion of the law house

The Attorney General, Godfred Yeboah Dame, who was at the commissioning, stated that the practice of state attorneys operating from makeshift structures or within office complexes of other state institutions must end.

The Law House project has a two-level basement and can boast modern facilities, including conference rooms, 130 office spaces, 120 parking lots, and an eating area.

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