“Supreme Concert”: Ghanaians Chastise Prof Kweku Azar for Making Contemptuous Statement on Facebook.
By News_365 | self meida writer
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Today, February 22, 2021 the Supreme Court of Ghana (SC) pronounced a “strange verdict” regarding the 2020 election petition.
Incipiently, the petitioner, Ex-President John Dramani Mahama wanted to open his already closed case due to the refusal of the Returning Officer, Jane Adukwei Mensah, to account for her works in the witness box.
However, SC ruled against the petitioner for not providing realistic legal antecedents that support their application and adjourned the hearing on March 4, 2021.
The famous Ghanaian law professor, Kweku Azar, made a contemptuous statement on his Facebook page right after the court ruling.
He wrote that
His comment has generated series of criticisms from his Facebook followers. Some netizen believes that Professor Kweku Azar should not have stood so low to utter such a reckless statement.
Kwabena Appiah wrote that
“oh Prof but why? You of all people? I’m highly disappointed”
Nana Wiafe wrote that
“Such a scandalous statement coming from a Lawyer”
Sedi Avevor wrote that
“Concert nkoaaa! Yet, they're demanding respect and intimidating people with contempt!”
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