The lawyers for the 1st and 2nd respondent said the case between the Petitioner Mr. John Mahama and the EC including the Declared winner wasn’t substantial to call witnesses to testify from their point of view. Yesterday all lawyers made legal arguments, in an attempt to win the minds of the bench.
Why at all will she want to skip the cross examination if she knows the right thing was done.
According to private legal practitioner, Mr Martin Kpebu Esq, ” you are 200% sure, your respondents have weak evidence if they want to skip cross examination”. The elections seemed to have been flawed, and the public domain has almost lost their trust in the EC, so it’s imperative on the part of the EC to come and clear its name of any wrongs during the elections.
Kojo Oppong Nkrumah made it point blank that the Powerful woman won’t be testifying, could this be true? Let’s remember that all parties filed witnesses during the case management stage and will need to abide by it.
The EC and second respondent filled Jean Mensah and Peter Mac Manu who happened to be the campaign manager for the NPP in the 2020 general elections.
It certainly promises to be the battle of brains when Tsatsu gets his pleas granted. The powerful woman will explain to the world the allegations laid against Her and the suspected rigging of the elections. Why she continually changed the results will as well to made known to the world.
Jean Mensah is a lawyer by profession, she has practiced for almost 20 years and should be conversant with proceedings and how to carry herself to avoid unnecessary tensions in the court.
Irrespective of all this, she will have a tough time with Tsatsu Tsikata.
She will Testify to the nation, that is certain.
The ball will soon be in the court of Tsatsu, Ghanaian’s are waiting anxiously to listen to one of the best cross examination we will ever see.
Who will come out top?
Will Tsatsu smile at the end of the Day?
Will the powerful woman carry the show again?
Meanwhile Alban Sumana Bagbin, speaker of Parliament has suspended seatings due to the rising number of cases in the Chamber.
Also the Parliamentary vetting committee will start it’s work today.
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