Former President John Dramani Mahama, the Petitioner in the ongoing Election Petition, is seeking a review of the Supreme Court’s ruling against his motion to re-open his case.
The legal team of the Second Respondent (President Akufo Addo) in the ongoing Election Petition hearing at the Supreme Court has hinted of a possible subpoena to haul ex-President John Mahama (Petitioner) into the witness box to answer questions.
Having failed to secure a Supreme Court ruling to compel the Chairperson of the Electoral (EC), Jean Mensa, to enter to the witness box to be cross examined, Counsel for John Dramani Mahama (Petitioner), Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata, says they will explore other available options to press home their demand.
Counsel for the Petitioner (John Dramani Mahama) in the ongoing 2020 Election Petition hearing, Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata, has served notice that they to apply for a review of the ruling of the apex court that dismissed their request to compel the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission to enter the witness box to be cross examined.
A request by John Dramani Mahama (Petitioner) inviting the Supreme to order the First Respondent in the 2020 Election Petition case (Chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC) and Returning Officer of the 2020 Presidential Election) to enter the witness box to be cross examined, has been turned down by the apex court.