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Asiedu Nketia Went To High Court With Generator And Photocopy Machine- Efo Worlanyo Tsekpo

The General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress, Johnson Asiedu Nketia has done the unexpected thing at Wenchi High Court today as the Court resumes sitting on the case between Hon. Christopher Bayere, and Hon. Marten Adjei Mensa Korsah, including the Electoral Commission of Ghana in Techiman South constituency at Wenchi.

The Court in their last sitting ordered the electoral commission of Ghana at Techiman South constituency in the court case to provide their original documents for inspections by the petitioner as the National Democratic Congress Lawyer in the case asked the court to do.

In quest, the Electoral Commission acted in orderly manner as the court ordered them to bring the original documents for inspections but unexpected thing happened at the courtroom when the court proceedings was ongoing at the high court.

It was said that the lights unexpectedly went off in Wenchi township and the court have to halt the court proceedings but Asiedu Nketia told the court that, they as the petitioner in the court case, they have brought a generator and Photocopy machine to help the court continue the case because they knew the light will go off so they prepared themselves very well which amazed the court.

According to the Bono Regional Youth Organizer for NDC, Efo Worlanyo Tsekpo he has said on his facebook wall that "today NDC went to Wenchi High Court with Genrator and Photocopy Machine. The lights went off as they planed and we lend the court our Generator to continue the process. General is a smart guy. No one saw it coming but he did. Hahaa no where to run", explaining that Asiedu Nketia provided light for the court to continue it's proceedings.

People were asking that did Asiedu Nketia knew the light will go off in Wenchi and that's why NDC is very prepared like that?

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Asiedu Nketia Christopher Bayere Generator Johnson Asiedu Nketia Marten Adjei Mensa Korsah


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