Today, Thursday, January 28, the Supreme Court will resume hearing on the request for presidential elections.
At the final hearing on Tuesday, January 26, the Apex Court ordered Mr. John Mahama to submit his witness statement and arguments in response to the interlocutor’s preliminary objection by Wednesday, January 27.
The court also expressed disappointment with the petitioner’s actions and warned that if the order to file the
witness statements and arguments by that time was not complied with, the Court would take effective steps against him.
The court said that these actions could include the denial of the petition.
In its final sitting held on Wednesday, 20 January, it was requested by the court that by Thursday midday both parties file their witness statements, a time order submitted by lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata.
Accordingly, Mr. Mahama followed the order of the court and on Wednesday has submitted his statement.
The NDC presidential candidate has selected his Secretary General Johnson Asiedu Nketia, and another party member Dr. Michael Kpessah-Whye to testify in this case.
For any adverts kindly send your ads or stories via email – email@example.com or WhatsApp 0557449200
SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel @bibinitv Instagram @bibini_tv Twitter @bibiniqwaku