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You don’t have evidence to order rerun – Supreme Court dismisses...

The Supreme Court of Ghana on Thursday unanimously dismissed the election 2020 petition before it by former president John Dramani Mahama, affirming...

Remorseful Ayine: I messed up

A former deputy attorney general Dr Dominic Ayine has prayed Justices of the Supreme Court to forgive him for going overboard in...

Election 2020 Petition: Judgement day on 4 March

The Supreme Court will on 4 March 2021 rule on the Election 2020 petition brought before it by former president John Dramani...

‘You failed to satisfy us’ – Supreme Court rejects Mahama’s review...

Ghana's Supreme Court has rejected a review application filed by John Mahama affirming the right of the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission...

Bawumia’s brilliance compelled Afari Djan to testify, not subpoena – Oppong...

Spokesperson for lawyers of the second respondent in the ongoing 2020 Election Petition hearing, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has stated that there is...

Election petition: You can’t reopen case – Supreme Court to Mahama

The Supreme Court has dismissed an application filed by former President John Mahama in the election 2020 petition hearing to reopen his...

‘You have to change your wig’ – CJ to Akoto Ampaw

Observers who were at the Supreme Court on Monday, February 15, burst into laughter when counsel for the 2nd Respondent, Akoto...

Don’t let Mahama subpoena me to testify – Jean Mensa begs...

The chairperson of the Electoral Commission Jean Mensa has sworn an affidavit praying the Supreme Court not to allow former president John...

Supreme Court hears Mahama’s request to subpoena Jean Mensa to testify

The Supreme Court will reconstitute today 15 February to consider an application from former president John Mahama to reopen his Election 2020...

Ghana’s media need to up their game in covering the presidential...

Ghana, touted for its democracy and peaceful transfer of power since 1992, faced its first presidential election dispute in 2012. This was...