For the past months, the Jomoro Parliamentarian, Dorcas Affo-Toffey has been battling out a petition challenging her eligibility to hold officer after a successful parliamentary election in December 2020. Unmoved by the threats to her political career, Affo-Toffey continues to push for some projects including infrastructure, credits for women, and other social support services in her constituency.
Some controversy is building up current across the country following the Cape Coast High Court’s ruling against the Member of Parliament for Assin North, Mr. James Gyakye Quayson. The latest to throw her weight for him, though indirectly, is Afia Pokuaa alias ‘Vim Lady’.
Monday, 6th September 2021 The decision by the speaker of parliament Rt. Hon. Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin not to declare the seat of Assin North constituency vacant has created sharp division among the majority group in parliament. Over the weekend, the speaker instructed the clerk of parliament Mr. Cyril K.O Nsiah to respond to an earlier directive by the registrar of Accra High court requesting the respected speaker to declare Assin North seat vacant so the EC could prepare and conduct a by election at the area.
The National Communications Officer for the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Sammy Gyamfi has accused the Registrar of the Cape Coast High Court, Mr. Ustaz Hamza and some other judicial officers of conspiring with the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to deny the embattled Assin North MP, James Gyakye Quayson the rights of filling certain legal processes before the trail judge who is set to pass judgment on the election petition this morning.
UPDATE ON PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION PETITION- ASSIN NORTH CONSTITUENCY-01-06-2021. The National Youth Organizer for New Patriotic Party, Henry Nana Boakye known as Nana B who is a lawyer in the court case for NPP has given an update on election petition between NPP parliament candidate and NDC MP, Hon James Gyakye Quayson in court.
Hon Abena Doruwaa Mensah former member of parliament for the Assin South constituency was asked on adom FM morning show "Dwaso Nsem" whether She has pop shanpaing after the ruling of the cape coast high court. And She said no because She is not interested in that because the laws of the land has just take it course
The Speaker of Ghana's 8th Parliament, Rt. Hon. Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin has hinted that his high office cannot declare the Assin North Parliamentary Seat Vacant base on the Declaratory Order from the Cape Coast High Court in the matter of the Election Petition of one Michael Ankomah-Nifah Vrs the Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin North, Mr. James Gyakye Quayson.
A Cape Coast High Court had ruled for a fresh parliamentary election to be held in Assin North and until then, Mr James Gyakye Quayson the Member of Parliament cannot hold himself as Member of Parliament for Assin North constituency. The judge, Justice Kwasi Boakye giving the ruling said the MP, James Gyaakye Quayson violated constitutional provisions and other statutory provisions that guided the country's elections.
The Cape Coast High Court presided over by Justice Kwasi Boakye has today Tuesday 28th of July 2021, found Mr. James Gyakye Quayson guilty of holding dual citizenship as member of parliament. The court has has therefored ordered for fresh parliamentary election in the Assin North constituency to replace him.
Lawyers for the disposed Assin North member of parliament Hon. James Gyakye Quayson have filed a notice to appeal against the Cape Coast High court ruling today. Sammy Gyemfi who spoke to the media shortly after filing the motion at Appeals Court, Accra this morning said the party did not believe in the ruling of Justice Kwasi Aboagye and is praying the Appeals Court to set aside that "frivolous" ruling.
Many critics will never accept the fact that the New Patriotic Party is quiet resourceful and can fight better for what they want than the National Democratic Congress party. Sometimes the truth should be told for every Ghanaian out there to know what some members of some Political parties can do and the extent at which they are ready to fight to.
A man, they say sheds no tears until he is pained to the bone. In fact in some circumstances, a man may choose to bleed instead of shedding tears. But cirtainly not every man is able to control his tears with little provocation. The ousted member of parliament for Assin North has demonstrated that he is one of such men with soft hearts.
For as long as months, the Jomoro Parliamentarian, Dorcas Affo-Toffey has been engaging out a request provoking her qualification to hold official after an effective parliamentary political decision in December 2020. Unaffected by the dangers to her political vocation, Affo-Toffey keeps on pushing for certain undertakings including foundation, credits for ladies, and other social help administrations in her voting public.
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.
The Chairman for the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) in Bono Region, Kwame Baffoe Abronye has lampooned the minority in parliament and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) for making slanderous comment about the judiciary following the ruling of the Cape Coast High Court on the Assin North election petition.
The National Communications Officer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Sammy Gyamfi, has taken at the registrars of the Cape Coast High Court for their “shameful” conduct in managing the case related to the Assin North Member of Parliament, James Gyakye Quayson. He stated the conduct of the court officials, inclusive of the judge, compelled the rank and document of the birthday party to be gift on Monday morning to record an appeal against the judgment that annulled the 2020 Parliamentary Election outcomes of the Assin North Constituency.
News coming in from the Cape Coast High court suggest that the NDC member of parliament, Hon. James Gyakye Quayson has lost the election petition. According to a Ghanaweb report intercepted by CitizenOne, the court presided by Justice Kawsi Aboagye ordered for fresh election to be conducted in Assin North constituency in the next 60 days as per law demands.
Edudze Tamakloe, a leading representative on the National Democratic Congress (NDC) legal team has called the bluff of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) to trigger actions for the court to cite Members of Parliament in the NDC, for contempt. The legal practitioner argues that the NPP have no locus to make such attempts against them. The threat by the NPP comes on the back of a 'total' disregard by the NDC to a Cape Coast High Court that sought to restrain an embattled Assin North MP, James Gyakye Quayson
Why The Assin North MP Was Allowed To Vote - Annoh Dompreh makes a revelation on 'Ekosii Sen' It has arisen that, some NDC Individuals from Parliament took steps to allegedly "spill blood" if their associate Assin North Individual from Parliament (MP), James Gyakye Quayson, was kept from casting a ballot in the appointment of Speaker of Parliament. Annoh Dompreh has made a revelation radio today on why the Assin North MP was allowed to vote.Nsawam-Adoagyiri MP, Annoh-Dompreh, made the case on Asempa FM's Ekosii
The two lawyers Frank Davies and Abraham Amaliba were involved in a heated exchange which led into a near fistfight during a court session in the Central Region earlier today, 24th March 2021.