Supreme Court sets May 17 to deliver judgement on Assin North case
The Supreme Court has fixed May 17, 2023, to deliver judgement in the case in the restrained Member of Parliament for Assin North James Gyakye Quayson has been dragged to the court.
The panel of seven presided over by Justice Jones Dotse fixed the date after the parties have duly filed their separate memorandum of issues which were adopted by the court.
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The application filed by Michael Ankomah Ninfah is urging the apex Court to declare that the restrained MP held dua citizenship and at the time he was contesting the Parliamentary election in 2020, his nationality switch had not taken proper effect.
Our Court reporter, reports that both Michael Ankomah Ninfah, the Plaintiff, and James Gyakye Quayson, the first Defendant, were present in court.
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Wow, May 17, 2023? That’s some speedy justice right there. #sarcasm