The Cape Coast High Court has upheld an injunction placed on James Quayson from holding himself as the MP elect of Assin North.
His eligibility to serve as a member of parliament was challenged by some citizens of Assin North with allegation he is a Canadian citizen.
Per the law of Ghana one must be have a full Ghanaian citizenship status and not dual citizenship before he can become a parliamentarian.
The MP elect has been accused of not renouncing his Ghanaian citizenship before contesting and eventually getting elected into the parliament of Ghana.
During the campaign season, a fellow native of Assin Kennedy Agyapong threatened to use his citizenship status to ruin his parliamentary dream.
At a rally grounds a week to the December 7 election the controversial MP said even if James Quayson wins he will make sure he doesn’t become a parliamentary because he’s not eligible per the country’s law.
Fast forward, a day to the inauguration of the 8th Parliament, the James Quayson has an injunction placed on him which prevents him from joining the parliament of Ghana tomorrow, January 7, 2021.
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