Once again, the brief moments of tension-releasing humor played out during yesterday’s session at the election petition hearing at the Supreme Court of Ghana. This time too, social media users in the country, just like they previously did with Mr. Asiedu Nketia’s calculator session, had a their take.
It was the second day for the third witness of the petitioner to testify and be cross examined. Counsel for the first respondent, lawyer Amenuvor had his time with the witness, Mr. Rojo Mettle-Nunoo.
Whiles the process was ongoing, lawyer Amenuvor mentioned that whiles conducting his duties at the Electoral Commission , Mr. Mettle-Nunoo was offered tea and biscuits. The statement drew a little laughter from the others who were seated.
Mr. Mettle-Nunoo sharply responded that he was offered just tea and no biscuits. This response triggered an even louder laughter response from those present, leading to a call for order.
Trust Ghana social media users on this. People took it from different angles of humor to share. Here are a few.
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