National Docratictic Congress Member of Parliament (MP) for Akwatia in the Eastern Region, Honourable Henry Boakye Yiadom, has joined thousands of chiefs and people of Akwatia to witness the official commissioning of the Denkyembour District Court.
The commissioning of the ultramodern edifice which was built by the government of Ghana was lawfully and legally performed by Chief Justice (CJ) of the Republic of Ghana,Her Ladyship Justice Torkornoo.
"Today is a momentous day as we gather here to inaugurate the Akwatia Court in the Denkyembour District in the Eastern region of Ghana. This occasion marks a significant milestone in our pursuit of justice and the rule of law in our beloved Constituency.
The establishment of the Court is a testament to our commitment to fostering a fair and equitable society," the MP noted in a press statement copied to Soireenews.com.
According to the MP, the building of the court signifies their dedication to resolving disputes and upholding the rights of the people in Akea With this court, we aim to provide accessible and efficient justice to every citizen in need.
The MP stated that the importance of the Court to Akwatiaman and its people cannot be overstated.
He maintained the facility will serve as a local forum for the resolution of civil and criminal cases, allowing disputes to be settled promptly and fairly.
"No longer will our citizens have to endure the burden of traveling long distances to seek justice.
"This court will be a pillar of support for the vulnerable and marginalized, ensuring that their rights are protected and upheld," he noted.
Furthermore, the MP said the Akwatia Court will contribute significantly to the enhancement of our community's socio-economic growth.
By promoting a conducive environment for business and investment, he said the fa will attract more opportunities and foster prosperity for our people.
Moreover, he asserted that a robust legal system encourages trust and confidence in our institutions, thus bolstering public confidence and stability.
"However, let us not forget that the success of the Court depends on all of us. It calls for collaboration among stakeholders, including legal professionals, law enforcement agencies, and the community. Let us work together to ensure the proper functioning and effectiveness of this court" he said.
The MP said the inauguration of the Court is a moment of pride and hope for Akwatiaman.
He noted the commissioning of the court symbolizes progress, justice, and the protection of our rights and liberties. As we embark on this new chapter, let us remain steadfast in our commitment to a just and prosperous society for all.