Two Judges of the Supreme Court have been sworn into office by President John Dramani Mahama.
Performing the ceremony, President Mahama advised the judges to use their experience to improve the independence and feasibility of the Judiciary.
He said their experience should also have a bearing on rule of law and the constitutional mandate of the Judiciary.
For her part, the Chief Justice, Mrs. Justice Georgina Theodora Wood, said that the experience of the two justices at the bench should be used to uphold the views of the Judiciary in the country.
She was hopeful that their juniors would tap their wealth of knowledge.
Responding, Justice Benin congratulated the President on his promotion to the high office of the land and assured of speedy justice in a fair and firm manner that would be acceptable to all parties.
The swearing-in of the two judges brings to 14 the number of justices of the Supreme Court.