Allotey Jacob Boldly Reveals 2 NDC Gurus Who Are Secretly Pushing Assin North MP To Jail.
Bernard Allotey Jacob made mentioned knowing the Assin North MP James Gyakye Quayson and his father very well. Aside from this, he also disqualified James Gyakye two times before his third attempt. Concerning the jailing of the Assin North MP, Bernard Allottey Jacob has asked to blame the General Secretary and the Chairman of NDC.
Hon. James Gyakye Quayson, the MP for Assin North Constituency
On the 29th March ,2022, in the early's of the day, Parliament gathered it's members on the case of E levy saga and nation's current state. Meanwhile , with Minority and Majority concerns raised, one member in the Minority group made his seat vacant.
Ayariga suggested minority should walk out during passage of E-Levy – Dr Ayine
Ayine says his position was for Assin North MP to participate in the democratic I experienced some kind of hysteria on my position as a result of the chance of Assin North MP going to prison - MP President Akufo-Addo consents E-Levy Bill Bolgatanga East MP, Dr Dominic Ayine, has unveiled that the choice by the minority to leave parliament during the section of the E-Levey Bill was an idea of MP for Bawku Central, Mahama Ayariga.
The EC has the power to declare the Assin North seat vacant, according to the Attorney-General.
Following the Supreme Court's judgement, the Attorney-General (AG), Godfred Yeboah, says the Electoral Commission (EC) can declare the Assin North Constituency seat vacant. The Supreme Court declared on Wednesday that Assin North MP James Gyakye Quayson can no longer execute Parliamentary duties in a majority 5-2 verdict.
The Supreme Court has barred Assin North MP from carrying out his parliamentary duties.
The Supreme Court has declared that Assin North MP James Gyakye Quayson can no longer execute Parliamentary duties, in a 5-2 judgment. This is until the Supreme Court rules on the substantive case brought against him. Mr Quayson's election was invalidated by a Cape Coast High Court in July 2021, after it was determined that he owed allegiance to Canada at the time of filed his nomination documents to contest the polls.
The supreme court will be on Assin north Mp
The Supreme Court will rule today on whether James Gyakye Quayson, MP for Assin North, may continue to serve his constituency in Parliament. The action was filed to the Supreme Court by Michael Ankomah Nimfah, a resident of the constituency, who claimed that James Gyakye Quayson's continued stay in office after a High Court decision annulling his election violated Ghana's 1992 Constitution.
Assin North Constituents Reacts to Supreme Court Verdict.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday, 13th April, 2022, has decided to put an injunction on Mr. James Gyakye Quayson from representing the people of Assin North Constituency as a Member of Parliament. Mr.Quayson was asked by the highest court of the land to distance himself from all Parliamentary duties either in Parliament or within his Constituency until the substantive case on his dual citizenship is fully settled.
Assin North: An American based professor has reacted to the Assin North court ruling against NDC MP.
Assin North is one of the constituencies represented in the Parliament of Ghana. It is located in the Assin North district of the Central Region of Ghana. During the parliamentary election 2020, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) candidate James Gyakye Quayson won the seat with 17, 498 (55.21%), against the New Patriotic Party candidate Abena Durowaa Mensash, 14,193 (44.79%)
A-G Calls For Application Of Adamu Sakande Sanction On Jame Gyakye Quayson
The Attorney General, Mr. Godfred Dame has called for the application of sanctions that befell former New Patriotic Party (NPP) MP, Adamu Dramani Sakande on James Gyakye Quayson for repeating the offence. His submission came after the Supreme Court in a 5:2 ruling ordered James Gyakye to stop holding himself up as a Member of Parliament for the Assin North Constituency.
Update On Parliament ARY Election ON Petition - Assin N North Constituency.
UPDATE ON PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION PETITION- ASSIN NORTH CONSTITUENCY. COURT UPHOLDS CASE AGAINST ELECTION OF NDC MP. Today in Court, the Presiding Judge, upheld the petition of Michael Ankomah-Nimfah against the election of James Gyakye Quayson as member of parliament for Assin-North Constituency. On behalf of the Petitioner, the lawyers prayed for four(4) declarations and two orders by the Court.
Assin North MP Files Two Fresh Applications At The High Court
Mr. Jame Gyakye Quayson has filed two fresh applications at the high court. Yesterday, Mr. Tsatsu Tsikata led Mr. James Gyakye Quayson in filing two different motions at the Cape Coast Court of Appeal. The embattled member of parliament for the Assin North Constituency Mr. James Gyakye Quayson has filed two motions at the Cape Coast Court of Appeal including seeking enlistment of his appeal.
Look At The Move They Have Made Hours To The Inauguration: Bridget Otoo Disagrees With The Verdict
According to former TV3 news anchor, Bridget Otoo, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has embarked on swift strategies in order to secure the Speaker of Parliament position in the 8th Parliament. She made this statement when Cape Coast High Court approved the injunction against the swearing in of James Gyakye Quayson as an elected Member of Parliament for Assin North Constituency. The injunction was approved because of his dual citizenship (Ghanaian and Canadian citizenships) when filling to contest in the elections.
Accra High Court Dismisses James Gyakye Quayson's application, Case Adjourned to July 12
An application of the injuncted MP for Assin North, James Gyakye Quayson, has been dismissed by the Accra High Court. James urged the court to strike out three of the five criminal charges made against him. The presiding officer of the court, Justice Mary Yanzuh, held that the application lacked merit and was dismissed accordingly.