Mahama Files Another Motion Against EC; Jean Mensah Faces Tsatsu Tsikata At SC
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The flag bearer of the NDC, John Mahama has filed another motion at the Supreme Court through his legal team against the electoral commission.
The lawyers of the petitioner in the ongoing election petition filed a six-point motion at the Supreme Court seeking to inspect original document from the electoral commission regarding the outcome of the 2020 presidential election results.
The motion also requested for all constituency presidential and parliamentary election results, collation forms, summary sheets and just to mention but a few.
Below is a look at the six-point motion filed by the lawyers of the petitioner in other to inspect all documents of the electoral commission before Jean Mensah’s witness at the Supreme Court.
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