Franklin Cudjoe unhappily speaks; sends another strong message to Tsatsu over EC cross-examination
By Lukamberg | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 11282 views
Following the election petition filed to the supreme court by the leader of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) John Dramani Mahama.
Yesterday saw another hearing over the motion filed by the lead lawyer of the petitioner for the review to subpoena the chairperson of the electoral commission; Jean Mensa.
The review for EC to be subpoena resulted in a great tussle between the two respondents and the lead lawyer for the petitioner Tsatsu Tsikata.
After the supreme court with 9 panels of judges declared the motion for the review over the case to subpoena the electoral commission can’t be accepted.
The ruling was unacceptable to the legal team but when the court spoke; there is nothing that can change.
In news today sighted by the Lukamberg on Adom online, the president of IMANI African Franklin Cudjoe; has sent another strong message to the lead lawyer of the petitioner to drag the EC witness box for testimony.
According to the court, the EC boss can’t be allowed to cross-examine; We are yet to know if the petitioner will file another application to the supreme or not.
Do you agree EC must be a drag to the witness box for testimony?
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