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The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Kasoa, Michael Mensah has reacted to claims by the Kasoa Magistrate, indicating that Magistrate Felicia Gandezi urinates in a chamber pot.

The MCE who responded to the issue in a post on social media described the news as shocking.

“I have seen with shock some news making headlines that there are no washrooms at the Kasoa district court.

The Assembly together with the said court occupied a rented residential facility at ‘Krispol city’ in Kasoa, he said. He further says, “When I took over, I realized the place was so congested. The assembly’s offices where so uncomfortable and even some officers including some heads of departments had no offices. The courtroom and offices were so small and the registrar operated from the kitchen of the rented residential facility. The judge’s office was without fan and very uncomfortable. The rent charge per month was GHC12, 000.00.”

A decision was therefore taken for the Assembly to move and occupy a CEDECOM project that was not in use. In fact I contacted the Regional Minister, Hon. Kwamena Duncan who on a working visit permitted the Assembly to occupy the said CEDECOM project. All this arrangements were done to save cost and also to have a more comfortable place.

Prior to the relocation, I personally contacted the Judge to have her delegation form part of the relocation arrangement so as to assist the Municipal works Engineer to make the place fit for use by the court.

Moreover, a letter of appreciation was received from the Judicial Service Regional Office for the work done. I was therefore shocked to hear that the judge uses chamber pot anytime she attended to nature’s call. I am still in shock. Hmmmmm”

Letter of Appreciation
A shot of the letter of appreciation


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