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16-May-2013  
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A member of the communication team of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Asante Yeboah, has stated that in an attempt to destroy the evidence of the petitioners by Tsatsu Tsikata in his cross examination, he is rather promoting the evidence before the Supreme Court.

He explained that in view of these irregularities revealed by Tsatsu Tsikata through his cross examination, it has buttressed the claim of the petitioners that the 2012 election was engulfed with irregularities; stressing that the declaration by Tsatsu Tsikata that what happened in the 2012 election was administrative error per extension means that President Mahama is in power through the same erroneous means.

Speaking on Okay FM, he said that the NDC lawyers have adopted a strategy to delay and prolong the court case by asking questions which are irrelevant to the case in court; reiterating that Tsatsu Tsikata has consistently rained insults on the counsel for the petitioners and the chief witness in the box in frustration of not getting the kind of answers he is looking for.

According to the NPP communicator, the arrogant stance of Tsatsu Tsikata in court is reducing his credibility; as he keeps challenging every decision of the judges.

He however said that the petitioners have demonstrated that they obey rule of law and this is why the petitioners have complied with whatever ruling the court came up with concerning the further and better particulars the court ordered for.

He debunked the notion of many people that Tsatsu Tsikata is doing well with his cross examination as to him he is wasting time to cross-examine Dr. Bawumia over the 704 rejected evidence which the petitioners have denounced.

He therefore said that the strategy of Tsatsu Tsikata is rather sinking the chance of NDC while he is projecting the claim of the NPP petitioners that there were irregularities in the 2012 election and the court must annul the affected polling stations.


 
 
Source: Daniel Adu Darko/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
 
 

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