Prosecutor General, Johannes Tomana AFTER the Judicial Services Commission (JSC) initiated the process of removing the country’s Prosecutor General (PG), Johannes Tomana, from office on grounds of being unfit to continue holding the position in the aftermath of his conviction by the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) late last year on contempt of court charges, if there is anything that the embattled lawyer is having in dangerously short supply, it is public sympathy. While the country’s chief law officer is adamant that he should not be subject of a probe into his fitness to remain in the esteemed office, legal minds say it is only a question of time before Tomana is job-hunting. Despite his vehement protestations against…