- Paul Adom-Otchere has done some guesswork of the five persons likely to be used as witnesses in the Election Petition case
- He named Asiedu Nketia, Haruna Iddrisu, Dr Kpessa Whyte, Marietta Brew Appiah-Oppong and Rojo Mettle Nunoo
- He explained reasons why they will be witnesses in the case
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After the election declaration of Akufo-Addo as president-elect, the opposition National Democratic Congress, NDC, hit the streets to register their displeasure.
The protest continued for a while until the NDC decided to go to court with the approval from its National Executive Council.
The election petition suit which was file on behalf of his lawyers listed some reliefs that would be critically looked at if the case proceeds.
In his suit which was filed by his lawyers, John Mahama indicated he was going to rely on five witnesses for his petition.
The host of Good Evening Ghana, Paul Adom-Otchere, has done some guesswork of the five persons likely to be used as witnesses by John Dramani Mahama in his election petition hearing at the Supreme Court.
As monitored by YEN.com.gh on the Tuesday, January 5, 2021 edition of his show, Adom-Otchere named Asiedu Nketia, Haruna Iddrisu, Dr Kpessa Whyte, Marietta Brew Appiah-Oppong and Rojo Mettle Nunoo as possible witness in the election petition case.
Adom Otchere is certain that since Asiedu is the general secretary and has granted more interviews on the petition, he was definitely going to be a witness on the case.
He is convinced Haruna Iddrisu as the Minority Leader with an interest in the Parliamentary situation especially the Techiman South case, would make a perfect cut for Mahama's witnesses
The show host also believes Dr Kpessa Whyte is important to the process because was in the EC strongroom where the collation and signatories were being made just as Rojo was.
Adom-Otchere also went on to pass similar commentaries about Marietta Brew Appiah-Oppong as he explained why they will be part of the witness list.
Watch video from the 34th minute;
In other news, the Supreme Court has quashed the interim injunction placed on the gazetting the electoral results of the Hohoe parliamentary results showing Peter Amewu as winner.
A five-member panel of the Supreme Court quashed the decision of the Ho High Court aimed at stopping Peter Amewu from holding himself as MP-elect of Hohoe constituency.
By this, Peter Amewu can freely go to parliament and would be sworn into the eight parliament of the fourth republic to represent his constituency.
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