October 21, 2021

ELECTIONS 2020

ELECTIONS 2020 Featured Politics
Sekondi High Court has adjourned an election petition filed by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Parliamentary Candidate for Essikado-Ketan in the 2020 elections, Dr. Grace Ayensu-Danquah challenging the results declared by the Electoral Commission (EC) of Ghana Joe Ghartey, the incumbent Member of Parliament was declared winner by the EC. Read also: SIX DROWN IN […]Continue Reading
ELECTIONS 2020 Featured
The petitioner in the just-ended election petition case, former President John Dramani Mahama sees the Supreme Court’s trial process that prevented the Electoral Commission (EC) chairperson, Jean Mensa from publicly accounting to Ghanaians as a dangerous precedence. He simply describes it as an “embarrassing stain” to the country’s judicial and electoral systems as well as Continue Reading
ELECTIONS 2020 Featured
The 2020 Presidential candidate for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama, says he disagrees with the ruling of the 2020 election petition. The Supreme Court, presided over by the Chief Justice, Justice Anin Yeboah, today, Thursday 4th March 2021 ruled that the Electoral Commission (EC’s) declaration of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as Continue Reading
ELECTIONS 2020 Sports
The Ghana Football Association (GFA), will introduce Referees Assessors and Independent observers for the second round of the Ghana Premier League. This is part of efforts to improve officiating and to maintain sporting integrity. As guardians of standards and quality service, the Referees Assessors are expected to help the referees to improve and become better. […]Continue Reading
ELECTIONS 2020 Featured Politics
The Electoral Commission (EC) has urged the Supreme Court to dismiss the “strange” petition filed by former President John Dramani to challenge the declaration of the December 7, 2020 Presidential Election, which it said President Akufo-Addo won. The EC is insisting in its closing address that Mr. Mahama’s petition has not disclosed any relevant evidence […]Continue Reading
ELECTIONS 2020 Featured
The Judicial Service has cautioned media houses to refrain from publishing statements that incite “anger, hate and passion” against the justices presiding over the election petition case. The Service’s caution, which was contained in a statement, comes on the back of what it calls a “flurry of statements and speeches” directed at justices hearing the […]Continue Reading
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