The National Communications Officer of the National Democratic Congress, Lawyer Sammy Gyamfi, has served notice to the effect that, the party is going to file for an appeal at the Appeals Court, the second highest Court of the Land. He made this assertion during a live interview on TV3's mid-day news.
Then Appeals Court Judge, who also doubles as the Paramount Chief of the Nyagbo Traditional Area Clemence Jackson Honyenuga, during the heat of the just ended 2020 elections, at a durbar in honour of H. E Nana Addo, had reportedly said that: “with the vision of the President and the gains made in his first term, Ghanaians may consider giving him another four years.”
The aftermath of the 2020 general elections in Ghana has been very interesting and intriguing. Some MPs are still in court battling their cases out. In the Western Region, one MP who has been very hot in the court after the elections is the Jomoro Member of Parliament, Dorcas Afo Tofey.
The embattled parliamentarian for Assin North, James Gyakye Quayson has filed a writ of appeal seeking the nullification of the judgment passed by the Cape Coast High court on 28 July 2021, which rendered his election in the December 7 2020 parliamentary elections void. The appeal filed at the Appeals Court today, and cited by Blind_Justice is demanding the court set aside the award of cost issued against the Appellant [James Gyakye Quayson] for the petitioner, Michael Ankomah-Nimafah.
Nana Appiah Mensah popularly known as NAM1 is a Ghanaian businessman known for the Menzgold, gold dealership and investment firm that promised customers a 10 percent monthly returns on their investments.He was trending yesterday alongside Akuapem Poloo.This was because Bridget Otoo and celebrity friends of Poloo took their displeasure to the various social media pages and wrote that, the government should go after NAM1 who is a criminal and free Akuapem Poloo.
GHS100k slander Fine: Kennedy Agyapong heads to Requests Court Legal advisor for Kennedy Agyapong, Ralph Agyapong says the Individual from Parliament(MP) for Assin Focal will request the judgment by the Accra High Court that saw him as blameworthy for maligning the Overseeing Proofreader of The New Crusading Aide Paper Abdul Malik Kweku Baako. An Accra High Court directed by Equity Afia Serwaa Asare Botwe found the Individual from Parliament (MP) for Assin Focal Kennedy Agyapong 'blameworthy' of stigmatizing
Ghana's legislators are mentioning for an expansion in their payments as the seventh Parliament gets ready to break up 12 PM Wednesday, January 6, 2021. Parliament of Ghana The MPs are pushing for their pay rates to be fixed with that of Appeals Court Judges by a report by starrfm.com.gh. The move for the expansion in compensations and end of administration benefits for MPs is being pushed and guarded by both the Minority and Majority Leaders of the House - Haruna Iddrisu and Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu.
The murdered Takoradi girls whose case Hass been in court since they were pronounced missing has finally gotten justice as the jusry rilednkn the case today in the Cape Coast High Court.There has been two accused persons standing trial who are Nigerian citizens.
The two Nigerians, Samuel Udoetuk Wills and John Oji have been found guilty of kidnapping and killing the four Takoradi girls.They have hence been condemned to death by hanging.They have been given 30 days inside which they can advance the sentence.
Follow 5G-News, like and share with friends.A Ghanaian Business man and the Chief Executive Officer "CEO" of Menz Gold, Nana Appiah Mensah, also know as NAM1 has issued a very big warning to Ghanaians to stop misleading the on matters they don't have a comprehensive idea about and desist from peddling and assessing his case to any other ones.
Bosses, seniors, and several inhabitants of Tarkwa in the Western Region yesterday hit the important lanes of the mineral mining town to request the reestablishment of Odeneho Akrofa Krukoko II as the central head of Wassa Fiase. Hatred conviction CoronaLife Web Series Odeneho Akrofa Kukroko II was indicted in 2002 by the Sekondi High Court for scorn and hence destooled following his conviction. Odeneho, in the wake of serving the prison term, bid against the disdain charge, and the Appeals Court suppressed