WATCH: Kpessa-Whyte Mounts Witness Box; Mahama Second Witness
Previous Public Help Chief, Dr. Michael Kpessa-Whyte, mounts the observer box for the solicitor, previous President John Dramani Mahama, in the 2020 Official Presidential Election Appeal on Tuesday, February 2, 2021.
Dr. Kpessa-Whyte is one of the two delegates of the Candidate positioned at the Examination Community (“Strongroom”) of the Main Respondent (Constituent Commission), during the Official Political decision hung on December 7, 2020.
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In his observer explanation, he said “I affirm on the side of Applicant’s case as contained in his Appeal.”
He said as one of the Solicitor’s delegates in EC’s “Strongroom”, “I saw numerous material abnormalities during the whole interaction of the December 7, 2020, Official Political race.
Dr. Kpessa-Whyte said thus, he and his associate delegate at the “strongroom”, Robert Joseph Determination Nunoo, brought the “numerous material anomalies” to the quick consideration of Solicitor and the Public Vote based Congress (NDC), the ideological group on whose ticket the Applicant challenged as a contender for the workplace of President in the Official Political decision.
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Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, likewise an observer for the Applicant, subsequent to introducing his observer proclamation and has since been questioned by the Respondents’ legal counselors and released by the court.
Previous President, John Dramani Mahama has documented an appeal at the High Court looking for invalidation of the Official Political decision results and a re-run of the political race among him and Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo who is the second Respondent in the request, guaranteeing that no one had half.
The Appeal is likewise looking for an obligatory order, coordinating the Main Respondent, the Electing Commission to continue to lead a second political race between the solicitor and the second respondent as the competitors, as needed under Articles 63 (4) and (5) of the 1992 constitutions.