A lot has already been said and stirred in the matters of the Supreme Court and the election petition.The Supreme Court did extremely well in their rulings and passing of judgement including their ability to control and conduct a successful election petition.
National Democratic Congress wanted the Supreme Court to make Madame Jean Adukwei Mensa to mount the witness box so she can be cross-examined by Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata but unfortunately for them all their petition to get the chairperson of the Electoral Commission(EC), Madam Jean Adukwei to account to the people
Pictures are for illustration purposes only. It is through no fault of hers that she has been prevented by the apex court from answering the twelve tough questions from the petitioner. Ever since, the brouhaha has been viral in social media circles who are asking lots of questions of the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission of Ghana. It would be recalled that the 7-member panel of the Supreme Court ruled that the petitioner should shelve their 12 questions and file their witness statements. The questions
John Dramani Mahama has already filed a petition through his Lawyer Tony Lithur at the Supreme Court this afternoon following his stance on the just ended elections which he thinks is 'fraudulent'. Mahama just an hour ago addressed the Nation as it was announced earlier. The former President in a live broadcast has revealed why he refused to accept the results declared by Madam Jean Adukwei Mensa. He said, "Some are asking me what I stand to gain from challenging the results of the elections. I want the removal
proceedings of the Supreme Court is still ongoing and in today's court proceedings we heard Tsatsu Tsika of the petitioner say something related to the Bible to Mrs Jean Adukwei Mensa. According to Tsatsu Tsikata, the 1st and 2nd respondent has abuse evidence in this case and it is perfectly honestly clear to the court that, the first respondent has put in a witness statement signed by it chairperson Mrs Jean Adukwei Mensa who is constitutionally designated returning officer of the election, who also signed
The President of the Republic of Ghana receives congratulation messages from Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and other Ghanaians after the supreme Court election petition verdict.
A question we must all answer, will you still vote for Mahama if he wins the Supreme Court petition?
Much was really expected from John Mahama and the National Democratic Congress as they looked to retake power from the incumbent NPP government and Nana Akufo-Addo after stepping aside for fours years. The NDC prepared a 'delicious' manifesto in what they dubbed as 'the people's manifesto' but it was ruined by Nana Akufo-Addo and the NPP. You could attest to the fact that some people were eager and anxious for the return of Mahama. People like Galamseyers, Okada riders and last of all is those whose money got
The just past week has been packed with a series of major happenings in the country. There has been the ruling of the Supreme Court that Jean Adukwei Mensa, the Electoral Commission chairperson cannot be compelled to step into the witness box. There has also been a declaration by the legal team of the petitioner to subpoena Jean Mensa to testify in court. In this month of Love also, the President of the Republic of Ghana public showed his patronage for chocolate and cocoa related products by posting a video
Today Supreme Court petition, lawyer Justine Amanuvor for the first respondent Jean Adukwei Mensa asked the witness of the petitioner to say to the Court which forms, he did sign and which one he did not sign. Rojo Mettle-Nunoo attempt to answer the question, he then asked to refer his memory by referring through a document. The Justices then told him he is not allowed to refer to any document which they are not in possession of and they don't know whether it the correct document he has. But in the request,
Some applicants who need Electoral Commission (EC) Chair, Jean Mensa eliminated from office, have said they will start to picket inconclusively at the Presidency, EC base camp and Supreme Court from Wednesday, February 24, 2021.
Talking on accountability of the Electoral Commission head Jean Adukwei Mensa on mounting the witness box, this is what the CEO of Loud Silence TV had to say concerning the EC boss and the supreme. He said that; When this election petition case was started, there were set out rules as the Supreme Court said they’ll use 42 days to deal with this matter. This was said because in 2013, the case of the Supreme Court consumed a lot of time of about 8 months. Both the NPP and the NDC were with one ideology when
Former President John Dramani Mahama makes a bold declaration at Bono region. Read full details here
I wonder why the NDC from day one have never agreed with the Electoral Commission spearheaded by Madam Jean Adukwei Mensa. Or is it because she was appointed by Nana Akufo-Addo? First, they didn't want the new voters registration and now their flagbearer has made another declaration about the EC's credibility. The Former President John Mahama has said the Electoral Commission’s ongoing voter exhibition has been loaded with 'so much disorder, anarchy and chaos'. The NDC flagbearer thinks the EC has shown real
There is something irking the National Democratic Congress (NDC) about the posture of the Jean Adukwei Mensa led Electoral Commission (EC). The opposition party is not enthused one bit about the chaos and disorder of processes by the current management of the electoral commission towards the general elections. Are we at the crossroads where we have to push for the elections of chairpersons of the Electoral Commission? If we must be fair some of the actions of the electoral commission leaves room for criticism
Tsatsu apologizes to Jean constellation in court Lead Counsel for the petitioner within the in progress election petition hearing Mr. Tastsu on Monday, February fifteen, apologized to the chairman of the first Respondent within the case, Jean Adukwei constellation for language in court that she done for low. Making a case for his or her move to subpoena her to testify, Mr. Tsikata same in court that “To point out grievances of being served tea with all respect that's such a scarcity of honesty in terms of