The Supreme Court of Ghana turned dramatic as the lead counsel of the plaintiffs in the case of Peter Amewu and SALL, Tsatsu Tsikata rose on his feet in court to exposes alleged forgery and unconstitutionality of Constitutional Instrument (CI) 128.
According to Mr. Frankin Cudjoe, Founding President of IMANI Africa who is also a citizen of SALL in a Facebook post said the said CI 128, “allegedly place SALL (the people of Santrokofi, Akpafu, Likpe and Lolobi) in Buem Constituency when laid in Parliament on 8th July 2020” and “By law, it [the CI] must be gazetted same day and printed by the Assembly Press of Ghana to give validity to it.”
He continued that the “Proof the last page of any documents coming from the Assembly Press has figures or numbers showing exact date of printing and gazetting.”
“However, this document [CI 128] was printed in August 2020 and not July 2020”, this is said is “A clear case of forgery that once more puts the integrity and credibility of EC in the public domain.” – He emphasized
“In clear text, CI 128 is void and unconstitutional, we are waiting to see what conclusions the SC Justices will draw tomorrow” – he concluded.
The Anthony General has filed an application at the Supreme Court seeking to quash the injunction granted the plaintiffs by the Ho High Court preventing the Energy Minister, Peter Amewu from being sworn into office until the final determination of the human rights case before it.
The people of SALL said in the last general election, they were excluded from voting in the parliamentary election as they were carved out of Hohoe Constituency but yet placed under any constituency.
By: Efo Korsi Senyo / awakenewsroom.com