The Supreme Court Is Protecting the EC Chairperson from being interrogated and exposed - Kevin Taylor
By Kobinewsgh | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 6418 views
Kevin Ekow Taylor, the American based Ghanaian Investigative Journalist has accused the Supreme Court of protecting the Electoral Commission Chairperson, Jean Mensah from being interrogated and exposed with hardcore evidence.
According to Taylor the act of the court taking out the paragraph which talks about the recording in the strong room from the witness statement is a move to shield the Electoral Commission Chair Madam Jean Mensah and the Electoral Commission from being exposed.
Follow this space for more exciting news updates in entertainment, politics, sports and policies. Don't forget to share this article for others to get apiece. Also drop a comment below for us to know what you think about this article. Kevin Taylor made these allegations against the Supreme Court on his show “with all due respect” saying the paragraph the Supreme Court took out of Mr Joseph Mettle- Nunoo is a vital and hardcore evidence. He further added that the Supreme Court is doing all this because the want to rule in favor of the president. Let’s know you think.
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