Supreme Court Judge Justice Mariama Owusu received praises from the court audience after she boldly commanded the defence panel. Her action is a clear manifestation that Major Mahama will get Justice soon. According to Star FM court correspondent InusaMurtala, the lawyer defending the accused persons dropped an allegation which could have delayed the trial.
Interestingly, the world is gearing towards a path that embraces gender equity, and inclusion, paving way for more women to rise and fill high ranking positions in both private and public sectors across the world. Isn't exciting to see our women climb so high on the academic, socioeconomic, political and International ladder? Indeed, the works of gender equity advocates, and women empowerment pioneers have yielded much results, and very soon, all the tall pillars blocking the chances of our women to reach
While a school of thought argues that the type of school one attends influences the overall academic and career outlook of one's life, another may strongly opine that success in the academic and industrial world is contingent upon the individual, and does not necessarily depend on the school one attends. Today, we have the chance to explore the educational background of the current seven-member panel hearing the 2020 election petition, particularly the Senior High Schools they attended. First on the list is
State examiners have shut their argument against Fourteeen (14) blamed people who have been accused of the offense of killing the late Major Maxwell Mahama in 2017. Guard legal counselors after the state shut its case shown to the preliminary appointed authority, Justice Mariama Owusu, a Justice of the Supreme Court sitting with extra liability as a High Court judge, that they plan to record a accommodation of no case application under the steady gaze of the court.
Following the election petition filed to the supreme by National Democratic Congress (NDC) led by John Dramani Mahama. Today marks at the court day 7 seven and I am here to give you the list of judges who will sit on the petition. Per the laws, the judges supposed to be 18 but we always see 7 members. On the last proceedings, the number increased to 9. The names of the Judges who will sit on the case today are as follows Chief Justice Annin Yeboah - Presiding, Justice Prof Kotey, Justice Marful Sau, Justice
The Supreme Court of Ghana has today declared the member of Parliament for Assin North constituency, Honorable James Gyakye Quayson as no more part the law makers in the country. This means the Assin North constituency has no member of Parliament currently. Seven judges voted on the case.
The Supreme Court's ruling, that Deputy Speakers of Parliament; whiles presiding, has the right to form a quorum, and participate in decision making, or take part in the voting process in parliament has generated a whole new debate all together. The Court Bench, made up of Justice Nene Amegatcher, Prof Ashie Kotey, Mariama Owusu, Lovelace Johnson, Clemence Honyenuga, Emmanuel Kulendi, and presided over by Justice Jones Dotse, on Wednesday, March 9, ruled that, Deputy Speakers of Parliament, whiles presiding, have the right to be part of a Parliamentary quorum, and be counted during decision-making or participate in voting.
Though the Supreme Court has given its ruling on the case of Mr. Gyakye Quayson today 13th April 2022 banning the MP from performing Parliamentary duties until a substantive case filed against him is determined. But among the Panel of judges who sat on the case, two of them think the judgment of the court was not right and therefore disagreed with it but since they were the minority they could not do anything.
The Supreme Court has nullified an injunction restraining the “FixTheCountry” campaigners from demonstrating until the ban on pubic gatherings is lifted. The Supreme Court, presided over by Justice Yaw Apau, said the High Court erred in issuing the order. Other members of the panel were Mariama Owusu, Lovelace Johnson, Clemence Honyenuga, and Prof Henrietta Mensah Bonsu.
The seven judges have been called upon on 10 occasions to the hearing of the 2020 Election Petition to rule.
James Gyakye Quayson The Supreme Court has in a consistent choice excused an application for a survey documented by limited Member of Parliament for Assin North, James Gyakye Quayson, which tried to switch an interlocutory order put on him by the court. The Apex Court on April 13, 2022, without a doubt an application for interlocutory order recorded by Michael Ankomah-Nimfa, who is testing the appointment of the MP on grounds of exclusion.
Organizers of the ‘#FixTheCountry’ protest have shown their satisfaction to the Supreme Court’s decision to quash the Ghana police’s injunction on their street demonstration. The Supreme Court Panel consisting of Justices Mariama Owusu, Lovelace Johnson, Clemence Honyenuga, Professor Henrietta Mensah Bonsu, and presided over by Justices Yaw Appau, has nullified a High Court order, which indefinitely restrained the ‘#FixTheCountryNow’ campaigners from staging a street protest.
The Supreme Court Panel consisting of Justices Mariama Owusu, Lovelace Johnson, Clemence Honyenuga, Professor Henrietta Mensah Bonsu, and presided over by Justices Yaw Appau, has quashed an order of a High Court, that indefinitely barred the ‘ #FixTheCountryNow ’ campaigners from staging a street protest.