Nana Akomea: Mahama Has No Choice. The opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) has welcomed the President’s comment that he will abide by the Supreme Court ruling in petition challenging his legitimacy.
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Sarah Adwoa Safo Says NPP’s Court Evidence Is ‘Overwhelming’. Legal practitioner and Member of Parliament for Dome-Kwabenya constituency, Sarah Adwoa Safo has disclosed that the evidence that the opposition New Patriotic Party has garnered in relation to the pending election case before the Supreme Court is “overwhelming” and “simple arithmetics.”
Supreme Court Dismisses NPP’s Request For EC Documents. The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed an application filed by the three petitioners of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) asking the court to direct the Electoral Commission to provide them with the collation and pink sheets.
Nana Akufo Addo Vs John Mahama Court Case: The Battle Goes On. The Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that parties involved in the petition challenging the declaration of John Dramani Mahama as President by the Electoral Commission (EC) in the December 7 and 8, 2012 general election, should share documents.
Nana Ato Dadzie: NDC Is Happy With The Supreme Court. A member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) legal team, Nana Ato Dadzie has said the party is pleased with the Supreme Court’s ruling on the election 2012 petition case so far.
Nana Akufo Addo Asks Electoral Commission For Pink Sheets. The petitioners challenging the results of the 2012 presidential elections have filed an application at the Supreme Court asking it to direct the Electoral Commission (EC) to provide them with collation sheets and pink sheets from all the twenty-six thousand and two polling stations.
NPP-NDC Case: Supreme Court To Rule On Preliminary Applications. The Supreme Court will today give its verdict on preliminary demands from parties in the petition challenging the outcome of the December 7 presidential election.
NPP-NDC Supreme Court Case: Petitioners Want 4 Milion Votes Annuled. The petitioners challenging December 7 presidential elections Thursday requested the Supreme Court to annul 4,670,504 of the valid votes cast during the election at 11,916 polling stations where alleged irregularities took place.