The Head of Division for International Relation at the Ministry of Justice North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany, Ulrich Hermanski has said Ghana’s judicial system is one of the best.
Ulrich Hermanski commended Ghanaians when he visited the National House of Chief at Dodowa in the Greater Accra Region to learn Ghana’s culture administrative laws.
According to Ulrich Hermanski, Ghana has a strong culture and administrative laws which is necessary for them to learn to enable them to improve on theirs.
“The idea is to have an exchange on the administrative bases to learn from each other to share ideas to see which challenges are there how we will cop them together,” he stated.
He advised Ghanaian Leaders not deny their citizens proper administration because that is what they are paid to do.
“I think it is wise not to forget what the citizens wants from us, they want a reliable jurisdictions, independent political economic influences’ and promoting these things in both countries will enhance trust which is what the citizens want,” he stated.
He praised Ghana for their professionalism as urged them to continue with their good works.