UPDATE: Wenchi High Court sets date to rule on Sene West Parliamentary Election case

The Wenchi high court judge has set 17th December, 2020 to rule on a case involving the National Democratic Congress Parliamentary Candidate and the New Patriotic Party Parliamentary Candidate for the Sene West Constituency.

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The High Court Judge in Wenchi who sat on the case today, Thursday, 15th December, 2020 has adjoined the case between the New Patriotic Party Parliamentary Candidate Mr. Joseph Kumah Mackay who has placed an injunction restraining the Electoral Commission (EC) of Sene West from counting the Parliamentary ballot paper for Tato Battor Polling station B of which the National Democratic Congress (NDC) MP/ PC – Hon Kwame Ampofo Twumasi us an interested party.


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The NPP Candidate has withdrawn his injunction suit but the High Court judge fined him GH¢ 6,000.00 as a punishment to deter others from doing same next time.

This follows the debate by the NDC Legal team lead by Lawyer Victor Kwadwo Adawudu for the judge to surcharge him for those unnecessary moves.

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The High court judge in Wenchi has served notice he will rule on the matter on Thursday 17th December, 2020 for peace to prevail.

SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh


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