Kumasi-based private legal practitioner Akwasi Afrifa says he stands by the allegation levelled against Chief Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah.
Afrifa maintains that he did nothing wrong in accusing the Chief Justice of demanding a $5 million bribe from a client to influence the final judgment of a case at the Supreme Court.
The lawyer at the centre of the $5m bribery allegation against the Chief Justice met officials of the CID who are probing his claim at the Police headquarters today.
Afrifa claims Anin-Yeboah demanded US $5 million from Ogyeedom Obranu Kwesi Atta VI to help him win a case that is being heard at the Supreme Court.
Chief Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah has denied allegations that he took or demanded a US$ 5 million bribe to influence the court case.
But today before he met CID officials, Afrifa told journalists he has done nothing wrong by accusing the Chief Justice of demanding bribes from clients.