Love Is Evil: Ghana's Former Deputy Attorney General, Dr Dominic Ayine Narrates What Love Did To Him
What good or bad do you think love is capable of doing to those who fall in love? Well, many believe that love is evil and evil is love. For the case of a Ghanaian politician, law lecturer of the University of Ghana law school, former Deputy Minister for Justice (Deputy Attorney General), legal team member of former president of Ghana and petitioner in the just-ended election petition. Above all, the member of parliament for Bolgatanga East Constituency of the Upper East region of Ghana, Dr. Dominic Akuritinga
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.
Even before the real debate on the yet to mature Constitutional Instrument (C.I. 126) for the compilation of a new voters register begins, developments in Parliament has already given a fore taste of things to come. Parliament was thrown into a state of confusion on Friday, June 5, 2020 when it came to the consideration of the report of the Committee of Subsidiary Legislation Chaired by the Minority group in Parliament. Disagreements between the NDC Minority and the NPP Majority members at the Committee level,
Mr. Kwesi Pratt Jnr, a distinguished Ghanaian journalist and Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper, has expressed worry on the Supreme Court's decision to throw out the suit that sought to challenge the eligibility of Mr. Martin Amidu as the Special Prosecutor of the Republic of Ghana. The ace broadcaster shared this sentiment on Pan African TV's "Good Morning Africa" in the early hours of Thursday May 14, 2020. Chief Justice, Anin Yeboah The Supreme Court, on Wednesday May 13, 2020 had declared in a m
Dr Dominic Akuritinga Ayine, a Spokesperson for the Petitioner, previous President John Dramani Mahama, on Tuesday claimed that Mrs Jean Mensa, the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission tried to pull a fast one against the Petitioner (John Mahama). Dr Ayine was tending to the media in a post-preliminary meeting, said when Dr Kpessa-Whyte and Mr Mettle-Nunoo left the EC's solid space to pass on the supposed message to the candidate, the Commission at that point proceeded to announce the outcomes behind them.
The solitary independent Member of Parliament of the eighth Parliament of the Fourth Republic was on January 7, 2021, chosen the Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament. Andrew Asiamah Amoako who has expressed freely that he will gathering with the NPP side in Parliament was named by Mohammed-Muntaka Mubarak, the NDC's Chief Whip and approved by Alexander Afenyo Markin, the NPP's Deputy Leader. Addressing Joy News in a report checked by GhanaWeb, the Asawase MP uncovered the NDC's procedure as they went into
The hearing of the petition filed by Mr. Mahama is ongoing and the tensions surrounding it keeps soaring. Ghanaians have witnessed series of unprecedented drama as witnesses for the Petitioner have already given their testimonies to vindicate the Petitioner on his claims. Mr. Mahama is contesting the outcome of the presidential elections after raising alarms over the final declaration and conduct of the EC on the election day. In the last sitting, a third witness for Mahama, Rojo Mettle Nunoo was sworn in and
In an interview with Dr Dominic Akuritinga Ayine spokesperson for Dramani Mahama, the petitioner for the 2020 presidential election said that "the petitioner will not testify in court." Dr. Doominic Ayine said it to clear the way people are thinking. he said that it is the petitioner who has filed the petition and in law, he has the equal right to call witnesses to testify on his behalf. Dr. Dominic Ayine spoke in reaction to a comment made by Mr. Frank Davis, a member of the Second Respondent’s (President
NDC Unveils Nine Spokespersons For Election Petition The National Democratic Congress (NDC) made a disclosure concerning a nine-member group as spokespersons for its presidential election petition. The nomination of the spokespersons was done before the Supreme Court. A statement acknowledged by the NDC General Secretary identified the nine spokespersons as Mrs Marietta Brew Appiah-Oppong, Dr Dominic Akuritinga Ayine, the MP-elect for Bolgatanga. The nomination also includes Dr Abdul Baasit Aziz Bamba, Mr Alex
Members of Parliament were heavily whipped into line to vote on entrenched positions taken by the two main political parties with representation in Parliament on the Electoral Commission’s Constitutional Instrument (C.I. 126) which will come into force after the sitting of Parliament on Tuesday, June 9, 2020. The C.I. 126 which seeks among others to annul the use of a driver’s license and the old voter ID card as a requirement for the registration of a voter, will now allow the National Passport and the
Dr. Dominic Akuritinga Ayine, a former Deputy Attorney General and Deputy Minister for Justice, has expressed fear over the Supreme Court's 5-2 decision on the eligibility of the Special Prosecutor, Martin Alamisi Burnes Kaiser Amidu, to occupy his workplace after accomplishing retirement. Speaking to the media after the judgement at the SP's eligibility on Wednesday, May 13, Dr. Ayine stated the decision with the aid of the best court docket might set a bad precedent for public workplace holders. “Unf
Under the article 42 of the 1992 Costitution , the right to vote appears to be solely protected for any qualified citizen who passes the test of article 42. These are rights that are defined as accrued rights which are established and backed by legal authority. In other words, once a citizen is granted a right to vote under article 42, such power cannot be taken from the citizen. Having said this, on the matter opposing the Electoral Commision and the National Democratic Congress, the apex court after having