Ayine apologises after 'scandalous' comments against Supreme Court
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Ayine apologises after 'scandalous' comments against Supreme Court


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Former Deputy Attorney General, Dominic Ayine has apologized to the Supreme Court as well as its justices who presided over the Election Petition case last week over statements he made that had the potential of impugning their integrity.
"I have looked at what I said that day and I have come to the conclusion that I went overboard. I crossed the lines with respect to the remarks that I made in terms of attributing impropriety to the Supreme Court of the Republic of Ghana."
After the court rebuked him on Monday , he told the press that he had carefully assessed his statements of last week and have realized that he "Crossed the line."


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