Ghanaian lawyer and social media commentator, Gabby Otchere Darko has schooled John Dramani Mahama and his lawyers after they said the supreme court's decision is predetermined.
Today was another action packed day at the Supreme Court as the Court continued hearing of the election petition of John Mahama.Today was quite an extraordinary one as it automatically put the whole petition close to rest pending the final judgement on March 4, 2021.
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Former Deputy Attorney General, Dr. Dominic Akuritinga Ayine had acknowledged that it took Lawyer Frank Davis a member of the legal team for President Akufo-Addo not he election petition to draw his attention on the rather contemptuous remark he made of the justices of the Supreme Court a week ago.
Following the ongoing election petition hearing.Today February 22, 2021 marks another day for the hearing over the arguments either the electoral commission will be allowed to be cross-examined or not.Addition application filed by the petitioner for review to reopen his case.
On Thursday 25th February, 2021, Dr. Dominic Ayine was discharged by the Supreme court of contempt charged against him, after he has purged himself of the contemptuous comment he made against the supreme court on 16th February 2021.
The embattled Dominic Akuritinga Ayine is bold enough to make himself available to participate in today's hearing by the Supreme Court on the application sought by the Petitioner, John Mahama to have the court review it's ruling on 16 February 2021.
The election petition hearing has come a long way with a lot of controversy, funny and inspiring stories.Dr. Ayine, one of NDC's legal spokesperson came under fire after he made some contemptuous comments about the Supreme Court.
A renowned lawyer and scholar, Prof Kwaku Azar has chastised the Supreme Court following a pardon it granted the embattled Dr. Dominic Ayine over a contempt case charged on the latter.
It was another time in the supreme court as the jury heard the case of DR. Ayine who was formally charged with contempt by the court.
Please like and follow this page for more updates.Dr. Dominic Ayine, a member of the legal team of John Dramani Mahama (the petitioner for the election 2020 petition at the Supreme Court) has been called before the Supreme Court for his alleged comments.
Former Deputy Attorney General under the else while National Democratic Congress NDC has confesed and begged the Supreme Court of Ghana to tamper Justice with Mercy.He was in court with his Lawyer.
The Supreme Court has directed spokesperson for John Mahama's legal team to apologize for making comments deemed to be contemptuous by the Apex Court.
Former Deputy Attorney General Dr. Dominic Ayine has apologized to the Supreme Court over his contemptuous comments against the justices of the high court regarding the ongoing election petition hearing.
Following the petition filed by the flag bearer for the National Democratic Congress, John Dramani Mahama challenging the election results announced by the EC on 9th December 2020.Many people have shared their views on how the hearing is going.
Stop Blaming Us Over Ayine’s Contempt Case; He Disrespected The Supreme Court- Nana Boakye Fires NDC
The National Youth Organiser for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Henry Nana Boakye has diffused claims by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) that himself and the Minister-designate for Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah had set an agenda to incite the court against their lawyers including Dr. Dominic Ayine. The outspoken politician
Previous Deputy Attorney General Dr. Dominic Ayine has apologized to the Supreme Court over his disdainful remarks against the judges of the high court with respect to the progressing political race request hearing.
Dominic Ayine former Deputy Attorney General has been cited for contempt by the Supreme for his comment in the ongoing election petition case, and ordered by the judges to publicly apologise by using the same medium through which he made comments that were considered contemptuous.
Previous Deputy Attorney General Dr Dominic Ayine Previous Deputy Attorney General Dr Dominic Ayine has apologized to the Supreme Court over his derisive remarks against the judges of the high court in regards to the continuous political decision request hearing.
An equity of Ghana's Supreme Court Yaw Apau has moaned about the circumstance where judges are offended in the country.He said people who affront judges generally know nothing about the law or have no clue about the issues under the steady gaze of the court.