According to her, injustice has become the order of the day in the halls meant for justice, and the president's urgent intervention is the only thing thaht will save the judiciary from total collapse.
Recounting her ordeal, Nana Nkrabea said she has had her share of injustice after the murder of her son ten years ago.
“I’m very saddened about how injustice is being served in the country. My son, Kwame Okyenpamten was murdered ten years ago and I still have not received justice. It is very sad.
"I have visited the courts for the past ten years and still justice has not been done and so I’m calling on the President to help fight injustice because it’s just too much” she lamented.