Muntaka apologizes for Bribery Allegations.

The Member of Parliament for Asawase constituency, Alhaji Muntaka Mubarak, has apologized for accusing a Supreme Court Judge of Bribery.


The Asawase MP alleged a certain Supreme Court Judge attempted to bribe a member of parliament of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to vote for Professor Aaron Quaye, the past Speaker of Parliament.

Speaking in a one-on-one interview on Joy News, he alleged: “shamefully, a Supreme Court judge called a lady colleague telling her what they will give her, if she votes for Prof Mike Oquaye. He told her that, they will help her take care of her children. She can take fuel from a filling station for free for the next four years. So, we are going to look into it”. 

This however generated lots of reactions with some asking him to prove it. The Ghana Bar Association (BAR) called on him to substantiate his bribery allegation.

In a release signed by him and sighted by, Muntaka said his decision to retract and apologize was “based upon good counsel”, adding “I have also decided to let sleeping dogs lie and will consequently refrain from any further public commentary on the matter which, as I have indicated was originally reported to me by a female colleague Parliamentarian”.