Following the ongoing election petition which took place today the Insight Managing Director Owura Kwesi Pratt Junior has dropped another tough message to the supreme court over the motion electoral commission will not be allowed to testify.
Today 14th February 2021 saw another hearing on the motion of either the electoral commission chair Jean Mensah should be allowed to testify or not. Before the hearing today the two respondents revealed the petitioner hasn’t proved the court anything reasonable over their petition and the three witness, they provided for cross-examination didn’t come with any concrete evidence.
The motion was ruled by the supreme court today and the results were sad for the petitioner after the court decided Jean won’t allow for cross-examination.
Though the lead lawyer for the petitioner told the court they have ended their case but today after the ruling has put another request to the supreme court, they will proceed with the case after Jean Mensah was not allowed for cross-examination.
After the hearing today, the Insight Managing Director Owura Kwesi Pratt has dropped another tough message to the supreme court. According to Kwesi Pratt, the court has not been to the petitioner, though the law forbids cross-examination as EC stated in their witness statement, they are ever ready for cross-examination the court should allow it. He added the supreme court to accept the request from the counsels of the petitioner "stating they want to proceed with their case at the next hearing.
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