I have no intention to testify in this case – Jean Mensah

Jean Mensa, an object of controversial ridicule - (CDG-GH)

The Supreme Court hearing took an unexpected turn when the lawyers of the 1st and 2nd respondents, Amenuvor and Akoto Ampaw respectively decided not to call on any witnesses at the apex Court after closing their cases.

The debate as to whether the Chairperson of the electoral commission, Jean Mensah testifies at the Supreme Court has been the most talked about across all social media platforms as individuals are anticipated to witness Tsatsu Tsikata finally cross examine Jean Mensah.

However, Jean Mensah has reacted to her most anticipated cross examination before the Supreme Court as she sent a simple message to the petitioner, John Mahama and his lawyers.

The Chairperson of the electoral commission, Jean Mensah stated in her affidavit that she did not inform the petitioner that she wanted to mount the witness box.


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“At no time have I informed the petitioner and his lawyers of my desire to testify in this case”, Jean Mensah emphatically stated in her affidavit.

Jean Mensah therefore urged the Supreme Court not to reopen John Mahama’s election petition case which unexpectedly didn’t go as planned as the Supreme Court has recently taken a decision as to whether to reopen the petitioner’s case on Tuesday, 16 February, 2021.

Do you think the Supreme Court will reopen the petitioner, John Mahama’s case to ensure the cross examination of Jean Mensah by Tsatsu Tsikata?


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