NDC must be Happy with this Good News from Tsatsu Tsikata.


09 Feb
09Feb

From today's proceedings, the NDC must be happy with this good news from Tsatsu Tsikata.

Apparently, the 2020 election petition case, petitioned to the Supreme Court of the Republic of Ghana will soon come to an end. We can recall that, Justin Amenuvor who happens to be the counsel for the Electoral Commission of Ghana admitted recently, he won’t be doing any cross-examinations of the petitioner’s witnesses anymore because, the petitioner has showcased no evidence that has been challenged by the Electoral Commission.

The most anticipated cross-examination now, is the one where the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission of Ghana, Mrs. Jean Mensah, who also doubles as the witness for the Electoral Commission, will appear in the witness box to be cross-examined by the lead counsel for the petitioner, Mrs. Tsatsu Tsikata.

Although the counsels for the Electoral Commission of Ghana and the president of Ghana, are against this move, but according to the lead counsel of the petitioner, Mr. Tsatsu Tsikata, insists Mrs. Jean Mensah appears in the witness box to the necessary cross-examination exercise to be carried on.

He noted that, the affidavits of the EC chair, clearly indicate that, Mrs. Jean Mensah will be available the witness box for the necessary cross-examination exercise to be taken place, and this was the basis on which the 12 interrogatories application of the petitioner was dismissed.

The NDC must therefore be happy with this good news from Tsatsu Tsikata because, it also gives much hope that, Mrs. Jean Mensah cannot run away from the cross-examination exercise.

Meanwhile, the Supreme Court of the land will bring up their decision as to whether the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission of the Republic of Ghana, Mrs. Jean Mensah will be put in the witness box for the cross-examination exercise by the lead counsel of the petitioner, Mr. Tsatsu Tsikata, on Thursday, 11th February 2021.

Yes, the NDC must be happy because, looking at how their lead counsel argued in court today with his facts, they may hear a good news. 

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