The Chief Justice, his lordship Annin Yeboah has been charged with bribery. This is an issue which has become of national interest. The whole scenario seems unbelievable and many are surprised to hear these allegations emerging from such high authority in government. The allegation against the Chief Justice for allegedly taking 5 million dollars bribe has led to this suite against him.
Outspoken Ghanaian broadcaster and host of the Onua Maakye show, Captain Smart has finally reacted to the news about the welfare of judges and magistrates in Ghana. He has expressed his worries over the statement from the association indicating how government has failed to pay their due allowances to the association members.
A member of the communication team of the National Democratic Congress, Mr Brogya Genfi has criticized the decision by the Chief Justice, Annin Yeboah to preside over the 2020 presidential election petition. Reacting to similar views shared by Mr Tsatsu Tsikata on TV3, Mr Genfi maintained that Justice Anin Yeboah should have taken a cue from Chief Justice Georgina Wood, when she decided not to preside over the 2012 presidential election petition.
There seems to be a longstanding tussle between the Supreme Court and some bigwigs of the opposition National Democratic Congress. Recall, the NDC petitioned the Electoral Commission over the final verdict of the 2020 general elections, which saw Akuffo-Addo secure his second term in office. Information trickling in has it that Chief Justice Annin Yeboah has reported Dr. Dominic Ayine, who serves as a Ranking member of NDC Communications Team to the General Legal Council over statements allegedly made about the elections petition and final ruling of the Supreme Court.
Flashback: Justice Anin Yeboah Called For A Re-Run Of 2012 Election; He Said No Party Had 50% -Video
Chief Justice, Justice Annin Yeboah, was part of the panel of Judges that heard the 2012 general election petition. Justice Annin Yeboah in his judgement stated that the Electoral Commission should conduct a re run of the general elections. In that 2012 election petition the Supreme Court ruled that former President Mahama was legally elected in a 5-4 ruling. The Justices that heard the petition were nine (9) and 4 out of 9 said that the election should be rerun. Justice Annin Yeboah was part of these four (4)
Yesterday, the Supreme Court sat for Day 13 of the petition brought before the Court by the leader of the NDC, Mahama. The Court finally break silence on one of the most contentious issue that had sparked a longstanding tussle between the Counsels of the Respondents and the Petitioner. The Court presided by the Chief Justice Annin Yeboah unanimously overruled the request by Tsatsu Tsikata that sought to compel Jean Mensah to mount the witness box to be cross-examined. In an attempt to win the ruling favour,
Yesterday, the 9th of March was the President's first State Of The Nation's Address for his second term of office.
Today, February 16, 2020 marked another day for the petition filed by Mahama to be heard. The Court sat and made a tough decision on the application filed by the petitioner to reopen his case. This follows after the petitioner filed another application to reopen his case and be granted a leave to subpoena Jean Mensah. Prior to the final ruling, Tsatsu Tsikata had attempted to impress the judges on the reason to reopen their case. Interestingly, the Court adjourned the ruling to be made today after a legal tussle
The hearing of the petition filed by Mr. Mahama on the disputed election is still ongoing and Ghanaians have seen a myriad of legal tussle between the Lawyers of the factions. The leader and flagbearer of the opposition NDC in the just ended elections has raised concerns about the outcome of the elections and has alleged that the results was rigged in favor of NPP's Nana Akuffo Addo. Today, February 8, 2021 marking the Day 11, third witness for Mahama mounted the witness box to testify on behalf of the Petitioner.
2020 Election Petition: 'You Can Never Run Away From Karma' - Kelvin Taylor Sends A Strong Message To Justice Annin Yeboah 2020 election is over but its matters still exist, the flagbear of the NDC is challenging the 2020 presidential election results declared by the EC boss Jean Mensa, the petitioner's case is to prove that no candidate got above fifty percent of the total valid votes cast and thus the EC has fraud the elections. A renowned US-based Ghanaian journalist, Kelvin Taylor, who is popularly known
It seems the tensions surrounding the ongoing election petition hearing is still soaring as many Ghanaians continue to share divergent views over the last ruling made by the Supreme Court on an application filed by the Petitioner. Mr. Mahama who lost the just ended elections, had filed an application for a leave to reopen his case and also compel Jean Mensah to be subpoenaed. Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata had argued that, the petitioner, was compelled to close to close his case for the fact that, he was under impression
Today, March 9, 2021 The President, Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo-Addo appeared before Parliament to present his first address on the state of the nation.This event is one of the important events on the country's political calendar.
Yesterday, February 15, 2021 was another day in the Supreme Court and the Judges sat to hear the petition filed by Mr. Mahama to challenge the results of the last presidential election held on December 7, 2020. Mr. Mahama, who lost the election and his legal team seems to be in a high spirit as he filed another application for review of the Court's decision on failure of Jean Mensah to mount the witness box. Tsatsu Tsikata in an attempt to impress the panel argued that, there is sufficient basis for the court
Kelvin Ekow Taylor has joined the discussion concerning the Supreme Court's most recent decision on the appeal. In what he depicted as a failure, he enlisted his hatred over the decision made by the Judges. Kelvin Taylor, generally labeled as a professional NDC Journalist, has demonstrated that the Court is setting a terrible point of reference for Ghanaians thinking about their decisions. As indicated by him, it is obviously certain that Jean Mensah's interrogation would uncover the EC, President and Chief
Following the petition filed by Mr. Mahama over the outcome of the 2020 presidential election, the Supreme Court made another bold judgement on one of the most contentious issues that took centre stage. Today, February 16, 2021 marked Day 16 of the hearing of the petition. Prior to the final ruling, Tsatsu Tsikata had attempted to impress the judges on the reason to reopen their case. Interestingly, the Court adjourned the ruling to be made today after a legal tussle between Tsatsu Tsikata and the Laywers of
Today, February 11, 2021 marked the Day 13 for the hearing of the petition filed by Mr. Mahama challenging the outcome of the just ended presidential election. Mahama who lost the elections as announced by the EC is protesting the results and has filed a petition to get the results reversed. He argues that, he is contesting the results because it failed to reflect what actually transpired on December 7 and that none of the candidates secured more than the required votes to win. During the hearing, Ghanaians
Following the petition filed by Mr. Mahama to challenge the final results of the December 7, elections declared by the EC, a very tough ruling was made by the Supreme Court yesterday. As contentious as as the issue was, the Lawyers put in their best to either endorse or oppose the request. Tsatsu Tsikata in an attempt to impress the Judges, cited several cases relating to the circumstance. However, in the Court's final ruling on the application, the Chief Justice Annin Yeboah unanimously dismissed the application
The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo-Addo delivered his first address of his second term on the state of the nation.The event took place at the House of Parliament in the presence of many dignitaries and international observers.
The Supreme Court today, has made another bold ruling following the petition filed by the Petitioner, Mahama over the outcome of the last presidential elections.
Today, March 9, 2021 will down Ghana's historical annals and will deeply be etched in the minds of Ghanaians.