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Mahama must change style from ‘Father For All’ to ‘You Do Me I Do You’ – Yammin

The former Deputy Ashanti Regional Minister Hon Joseph Yammin has charged former President John Dramani Mahama to learn and adopt a “You do me I do you – an eye for an eye” leadership in his next administration.

Joseph Yammin who seems not too happy about Supreme Court proceedings on 2020 Elections Petition by former President John Dramani Mahama said in a Facebook post captured by that John Mahama must change his leadership style.

“I know you [John Mahama] graduated with 1st class from the college of Father For All under your boss Late President Mills. Kindly use this period to go and study AN EYE FOR AN EYE as in your next administration”.

Former President John Dramani Mahama has petitioned the Supreme Court to challenge the outcome of 2020 general elections presidential results declared by the Electoral Commission boss Jean Mensah.

According to Joseph Yammin “NDC who will vote for you to make you President will not entertain any FATHER FOR ALL since the language the people of this country understands and love is YOU DO ME I DO YOU”.

Supreme Court Dismisses Application to reopen Mahama’s case

An Application to reopen the election petition case by lead counsel of the petitioner Tsatsu Tsikata was on Tuesday, February 16, 2021 dismissed.

The seven member panel of the Supreme Court sitting on the petition ended the argument for a subpoena to be served on the EC boss.

“A mere filing of a witness statement is not an election to testify”, Justice Anin Yeboah said.

He continued: “As we’ve already indicated in this ruling supra, the petitioner in this application has not given us an inkling of the new or fresh evidence he wants to bring to the fore through the Chairperson of the first respondent and how that evidence could assist the court to do justice to the matters under consideration in this petition. Neither has he disclosed how that evidence will advance the cause of his petition. For the above-stated reasons, we find no merit or favour in the petitioner’s application to reopen his case for the sole purpose of compelling his adversaries’ intended witness to testify through a subpoena without indicating the sort of evidence he intends to solicit from the said witness and how that evidence is going to help the court in resolving the dispute before us. We accordingly refuse the application and proceed without any hesitation to dismiss it”.

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