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Supreme Court justice who tried to bribe NDC MP is a very top judge – Edward Bawa

Member of Parliament for Bongo Constituency, Edward Abambire Bawa, has given further insights concerning the Supreme Court judge who supposedly endeavored but fruitlessly to unduly impact a NDC Member of Parliament to decide in favor of Professor Aaron Mike Oquaye in the Speaker of Parliament decisions. 


Muntaka Mohammed, the NDC Chief Whip made a frightening disclosure on Sunday, January 10, 2021, asserting that an appointed authority captivated a NDC MP with motivations to have her turned to the NPP side. 


"So dishonorably, a Supreme Court Judge calls a partner woman, mentioning to her what they will give her. She has kids, they will help her deal with her kids. She can take fuel from a filling station for the four years," Muntaka asserted. 


Adding further subtleties to the theories by Muntaka, the Bongo administrator revealed that the said judge isn't simply simple member of the Supreme Court. 


As per him, the record by Muntaka doesn't speak to the full story as the appointed authority being referred to is a noticeable and profoundly evaluated member of the seat. 


"To state a Supreme Court Judge endeavored paying off a female NDC MP to decide in favor of Prof Mike Oquaye doesn't recount the full story. It was an extremely top Supreme Court Judge". 


Claims of pay off assuming a job in the appointment of the Speaker for the eighth Parliament under the fourth republic host been overflowing with the two gatherings blaming each other for either endeavoring or impacting a portion of their members. 


Prior to Muntaka's yet-to-be demonstrated charges, Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu of the NPP had said that a portion of his members were paid off. 


"I heard bits of gossip that the NDC was attempting to pay off a portion of our members to cast a ballot against Speaker Oquaye, so I immediately called those whose names were referenced to talk with them. Others too had some uncertain issues with him and had said they would not decide in favor of him. I met each one of those members in the lodging and talked for a long time with them to repeal their choice, yet it basically failed to receive any notice."


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