On October 12, the Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) accused the judge of showing prejudice against the institution.
Consequently, the Office requested Gertrude Torkornoo to either have the judge recuse himself or remove him from all cases pending before him.
During the proceedings today, on October 18, the presiding judge, Justice Edward Twum, announced the purported withdrawal of the matter by the OSP.
But in a post on Twitter (X), the Office has advised that this reportage be ignored.
“The Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP), has not withdrawn its request to the Chief Justice for the recusal and removal of his Lordship Justice Edward Twum from all cases pending before him involving the OSP,” the tweet read.
Source: Kenneth Awotwe Darko