After the National Democratic Congress leader, former president John Dramani Mahama has filed another application to subpoena Jean Mensa into the witness box for cross examination, Ghanaian has advised the Electoral Commissioner not to enter the witness box if not she will be destroyed by lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata.
Many will agree that since day one of the election petition from John Mahama, the electoral Commissioner’s lawyers has rejected any application filed by the National Democratic Congress leader and his lawyers.
Mahama field application for interrogatories to asked Electoral Commissioner boss, Jean Mensa some 12 questions before the court proceedings start, but lawyers for Electoral Commission and Nana Akufo-Addo rejected it with reason from them, and supreme court judges accepted it.
Later, Mahama’s lead counsel filed another application to inspect EC’s original documents to supreme court but they told Mahama that they have copies already so it’s not necessary to inspect it.
Many were angry with the court from it’s decisions then and later how Jean Mensa was prevented from cross examination.
But NDC and Mahama’s lawyers filed another application to subpoena Jean Mensa into the witness box for cross examination.
After hearing that young Ghanaian on facebook has advised Jean Mensa not to enter the witness box if allowed by the court.
According to him, from his observations from lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata with the judges in the case ongoing, he can say that if Tsatsu Tsikata is Challenging judges to withdraw some of their own statement, how more is Jean Mensa.
According to him, she is right not to enter the witness box from day one.
“Jean Mensa is right not to enter the witness box. Look at how Tsatsu Tsikata alone is handling the 7 judges.
My sister please don’t enter wai.
Judges sef dey take back dema comments na you HOME ECONOMICS student. He will destroy u pasaa” he said on facebook today.
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