Justice Nasiru Sulemana Gbadegbe has retired as a Justice of the Supreme Court.
Justice Gbadegbe who has served the Judiciary for 31 years since 1989 in his last day in court read the judgement in the case in which the Supreme Court declared as unconstitutional a Chinery Hesse report recommending pension payment for former Parliamentary.
Justice Gbadegbe after delivering his valedictory judgement in the case of David Apasera and 39 others vs Attorney General took turns to introduce two of his sons who are now lawyers.
The emotionally looking Justice Gbadegbe eventually lost his voce in a packed courtroom with the remaining 16 justice of the apex court now before him including Chief Justice Kwasi An in Yeboah.
The Chief Justice, Justice Jones Dotse, the president of the Ghana Bar Associaton Mr Anthony Forson Jnr and Deputy Attorney General Godfred Yeboah Dame all took turns to pay tributes to his long service to the nation.
He retires at the age of 70 years after 11 years as a Supreme Court judge.