The NDC have finally filed a Supreme Court petition to contest the 2020 elections. This was long in coming as many called on the NDC to seek redress in court instead of demonstrating on the streets. The NDC finally put the issue to rest by filing the case in court. A showdown is expected next year as the legal brains of the 2 biggest political parties battle it out.
Today, December 31, 2020, two lawyers clashed in the studios of Asempa FM as Sammy Gyamfi hit hard at Buaben Asamoa for some comments that the latter had made in a press release. It can be recalled that today, the NPP released a statement to rebut the NDC filing of election petition to contest the 2020 polls.
Buaben Asamoa, the defeated NPP MP for Adenta and National Communications Director of the NPP had directly referred to the NDC as the perpetrators of the arson attack on markets in recent times.
Sammy Gyamfi, the NDC National Communications Officer did not take this lightly as he criticized his fellow colleague for saying that. According to Sammy Gyamfi on Asempa FM’s ‘Ekosii Sen’, it is sad that a lawyer like Buaben Asamoa could make such utterances without any proof.
“This is very sad. It is below the belt and he needs to apologize for this”
Sammy Gyamfi also hit hard at the NPP for calling on the NDC to go to court and now acting scared after the NDC filed a petition. He noted that the NDC will do its best to get the election results overturned because in their view many violations were made.
Do the NDC stand a chance in court? Was Buaben Asamoa right in making such utterances?
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