The aftermath of the 2020 general elections in Ghana has been very interesting and intriguing. Some MPs are still in court battling their cases out. In the Western Region, one MP who has been very hot in the court after the elections is the Jomoro Member of Parliament, Dorcas Afo Tofey.
A Sekondi High Court chaired by the His Lordship Dr. Raymond Osei Hwere has dismissed a motion to remove the electoral petition filed by the conflicting parliamentary candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) for the Essikadu Ketan constituency, Dr. Grace Ayensu Danquah, challenging the constituency' s 2020 parliamentary election
Frank Davies, Counsel for Mr. Joe Ghartey, MP for Essikado-Ketan, has filed an appeal with the Court of Appeal in Cape Coast, seeking to overturn the High Court's ruling, which overlooked the fact that the parliamentary election petition was signed by the lawyer rather than the complainant.
The Member of Parliament for Jomoro in the Western Region of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has been compelled to submit paperwork relinquishing her Ivorian citizenship. The MP, Dorcas Affo-Toffey, was ordered by the Sekondi High Court to submit the certificate as proof of renunciation of her Ivorian citizenship within 10 days.
Late Lawrence Joe Baidoo - Left, COP Adjei Shaibu - Right The Sekondi High Court "II" in the western region of Ghana today Wednesday 2nd December once again adjourned the hearing of a murder case involving a police officer, COP Adjei Shaibu. The cause of the adjournment was due to the absence of the defence counsel for the accused police officer, COP Adjei Shaibu. According her ladyship Justice Mrs. Hannah Taylor, a letter was brought to the Sekondi High Court II indicating that the defence counsel for the accused
On the news today the Sekondi High Court has made its ruling today on the case of the Kidnapped and killed four Takoradi girls, the two suspects were sentenced to death by hanging by the court today the 5th of March 2021.
The Sekondi High Court has slapped the Member of Parliament for Esikadu, Mr. Joe Ghartey with a fine of GHS 4,000 of every a political race appeal case recorded by Dr. Effortlessness Ayensu Dankwa.Lead counsel for Mr. Joe Ghartey, Lawyer Frank Davies implored the court to strike out the application
Reports coming in suggest the Sekondi High Court one has delivered its judgment on the Kidnapped Takoradi Girls.The accused were convicted on eight counts, and the Jury found them guilty on all.
The Sekondi High Court has settled on Friday, March 5, 2021, as the day for judgment on the homicide case including the four young ladies who were hijacked in Takoradi and the two Nigerian suspects. The two suspects, Sam Udoetuk Wills and John Orji have been under preliminary for their part in the grabbing and ensuing homicide of the four young ladies. A charge of intrigue to resolve to grab was moved up to scheme to kill following the disclosure of human remaining parts of the four young ladies. On Monday,
The Public Popularity based Congress (NDC) parliamentary possibility for Essikado-Ketan in the December 7, 2020 parliamentary decisions, Elegance Ayensu-Danquah, has recorded a request at the Sekondi High Court to challenge the parliamentary outcomes declared by the Electing Commission (EC) of Ghana on December 9, 2020. The applicant is asking the High Court to determine from the Principal Respondent, Joe Ghartey, who was the parliamentary up-and-comer at that point, in the said races and a sitting Individual
In 2018 four young Takoradi natives who were all females were kidnapped by some Nigerians.The victims were Ruth Abakah who was last seen in July 2018.Ruth was only 19 years of age.
John Oji and Samuel Udoetuk Wills, who are both Nigerian citizens residing in Ghana have been sentenced 5 death by hanging for the kidnap and murder of the four Takoradi girls.
A Sekondi High Court on Friday, March 5, 2021, has condemned to death the two Nigerians blamed for seizing and killing four young ladies in Takoradi in the Western Region.
After many months of legal proceedings regarding the kidnapping and alleged death of the Takoradi girls, the High court has finally ruled and president its judgment.
Sekondi High Court has condemned to death, the two denounced people behind the grabbing and resulting murder of the 4 Takoradi young ladies.
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament for Jomoro in the Western Region has been ordered to provide files renouncing her Ivorian citizenship. The Sekondi High Court gave the order for the MP, Dorcas Affo-Toffey to provide the file within 10 days as evidence of renunciation of her Ivorian citizenship.