Data Minister-assign Kojo Oppong Nkrumah should quit inciting the Supreme Court against previous Deputy Attorney General Dr. Domini Ayine taking everything into account, the principle resistance National Democratic Congress (NDC) has cautioned.
An assertion gave on Thursday, 18 February 2021 by Communication Director Kakra Essamuah disagreed with what it portrays as the consistent assaults released on the lawyers of previous President John Mahama, the solicitor, by the legitimate spokespersons of the subsequent respondent, President Nana Akufo-Addo.
The NDC singled out Mr Oppong Nkrumah and his kindred legal advisor, Mr Henry Boakye, as the fundamental offenders.
Peruse the NDC’s full assertion underneath:
NDC STATEMENT ON ATTEMPTS BY KOJO OPPONG NKRUMAH AND HENRY NANA BOAKYE TO INCITE THE SUPREME COURT AGAINST NDC LAWYERS.
Throughout the knowing about the official political decision appeal started by HE John Dramani Mahama in the Supreme Court, both the NDC and the NPP have sets of lawyers who meet the media following each sitting to broadcast their perspective on what has occurred in court.
It is an interaction from which the great individuals of Ghana have come to value the particular places of the gatherings contesting in the court.
Lamentably, lately, the NPP group, driven by Hon. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, has been utilizing the platform offered by the media, to assault counsel addressing HE John Mahama for the situation, and in any event, going further to instigate the court against the previous Deputy Attorney General, Hon. Dr. Dominic Ayine.
Also, numerous NPP lawful pundits in the media, seem to take extreme savor the experience of disparaging and loading affronts on insight for HE John Mahama and the NDC.
These assaults are described by continually offering deluding remarks about our lawyers and the case in court.
We think about this tenacious lead of Hon. Oppong Nkrumah and Henry Nana Boakye and their substitutes as improper of expert associates, who have committed to ensure the morals of their regarded calling far beyond sectarian contemplations.
The Supreme Court exists to do equity decently and unequivocally to all residents regardless of political tones, and to endeavor to instigate the court against our respectable lawyers, is to degrade the court’s job and obligation.
We, as needs be, denounce, explicitly, this grievous lead of the NPP to decry our direction under the watchful eye of the Supreme Court.
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