President Mahama is testing the legitimacy of the official outcomes proclaimed by the EC
By GlobalSport1 | self meida writer
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Legal advisors(lawyer) of the Petitioner in the continuous political race request has recorded a motion at the Supreme Court looking for a request for assessment of archives from the Electoral Commission (EC).
The movement on notification expected to be moved earlier today concerns some unique reports with respect to official outcomes gathering structures.
The six point-movement is requesting the firsts of all electorate official political race results assemblage structures and outline sheets of all voting demographics in Ghana.
In the interim, the second observer for the applicant is required to be questioned today after his Starr witness finished his declaration on Monday.
Previous President Mahama is testing the legitimacy of the official outcomes proclaimed by the Electoral Commission on December 9, 2020 which saw Presidency Akufo-Addo holding the Presidency.
The supreme court is yet to investigate the issues about the official outcome proclaimed by the Electoral Commission, after the court today release a comment that the NDC request for assessment of archives from the Electoral Commission (EC).
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