Akufo-Addo fears Jean Mensa will badly expose him – Dafeamekpor

Individual from Parliament for South Dayi, Rockson-Nelson Dafeamekpor has noticed that the respondents in the continuous political race appeal hearing at the Supreme Court would prefer not to mount the observer box since they dread all the infractions in a year ago’s races will be uncovered.

He said in a twee that “in all actuality the Respondents have consented to not take the testimony box on the grounds that the enormous infractions that portrayed the Presidential Elections in Dec 2020 would have been baldy uncovered. That is the reason President Nana Addo also is hesitant to lead any proof on his triumphant.”

He added “he Respondents documented their particular Answers and showed the number of observers to call. Along these lines, they recorded their separate Witness Statements yet wouldn’t lead any proof despite the fact that the observers are Competent and Compellable. So how might they Address the Court?”

In the interim, during procedures in court on Monday, February 22, lead insight of the candidate in the progressing political race appeal hearing Tsatsu Tsikata has once more put forth a defense for the Supreme Court to reexamine its decision on Tuesday, February 16.

The seven judges of the summit court of Ghana collectively excused the utilization of the candidate, John Dramani Mahama, for the case to be re-opened to summon the Chair of the Electoral Commission, Ghana (EC), the First Respondent, to affirm in court as a “threatening observer”.

On Monday, February 22, Mr Tsikata scrutinized the premise of the decision, saying the actual judges were astounded when the First Respondent shut its case without calling its observer, Jean Adukwei Mensah, to affirm.

Mr Tsikata said the judges may have their explanations behind the choice to excuse the application yet “it is the decision of the board that we are here to address”.

“I’m not in the personalities of the board,” he focused.

He further contended that for Mrs Mensa to have documented an observer proclamation implied that she was focused on mounting the observer box.

“We have no motivation to say she was not coming clean,” he said.

As far as he might be concerned, the Holy Bible should manage the nine judges inspecting the case, citing Hosea 8:7.

It states: “For they have planted the breeze, and they will harvest the tornado: it hath no tail: the bud will yield no dinner: if so be it yield, the outsiders will gobble it up.”

He finished up: “May every one of the lordships choose dependent on your heart and your legal pledge.”

Advice for the respondents – Justin Amenuvor for the First Respondent and Akoto Ampaw for the Second Respondent – requested that the Court put aside the audit application since it doesn’t justify its supplication.

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