The host of Black Pot on Zylofon FM, Blakk Rasta has described Ghanaian lawyers and judges as colonial-minded people who “wear dirty, dead white people’s hair as judicial wigs.”
His description of them is a result of arguments for the Ghana Bar Association to scrap the Judicial Wigs out of the system since it depicts neo-colonialism.
Taking to Facebook to wade in on the argument, the outspoken radio presenter asserted that Ghanaian Lawyers and Judges claim to be learned yet they are colonially minded.
“Lawyers and judges wearing dirty, dead white people’s hair as judicial wigs. Colonial-minded guys who claim they are ‘learned’,” he said.
However, Blakk Rasta isn’t the first media personality to speak against the judicial wigs as Kwaku Sintim Misa known popularly as a KSM has in the past indicated that wearing the wigs makes the judges and lawyers look like cartoons and it’s imperative that the GBA scraps the wearing of the wigs.
“When will the GBA outlaw this sickly, clownish and ugly BLONDE WIGS? I am sorry, it makes you look like CARTOONS. Let’s get real, please. It’s 2021 for crying out loud.”