The Bono Region National Deputy Communication Officer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) ,Eric Adjei ,has called on Gabby Okyere Darko to represent the Uncle, President elect Akuffo Addo at the Supreme Court to defend his reelection bid against his main rival, Former president John Mahama.
Eric called on Gabby to not only enjoy representating his uncle in dubious deals like his $2m Agyapa royalties deal.
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The Senior Partner
Africa Legal Associates
#25 Third Dade Walk,Labone, Accra, Ghana
LETTER TO GABBY ASARE OTCHERE DARKO
President John Dramani Mahama has successfully filed in the Supreme Court in accordance with article 64 of the 1992 constitution, to Challenge inter alia the constitutionality of the said declared results by the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission on the 9th December, 2020.
Among some of the reliefs been sought by him was the fact that, the purported declaration made on the 9th December 2020 of the presidential results, is unconstitutional, null and void and of no effect whatsoever.
Now the case has successfully been filed and awaiting response from the Agyapa Royalty Lawyers who pride themselves as having the best law firm in Ghana. Unfortunately enough, there isn’t anything like $2 million legal fees so they opted for a dog to eat the bones since there is no flesh.
Gabby Otchere Darko should have known that his uncle is in a critical condition now so this is the time to prove to Ghanaians that if he performed the legal magic to win the Agyapa Royalties deal he can perform that same magic to defend his uncle at the law court, but he couldn’t prove it.
Ghanaians were expecting Gabby to respond the same way Asante Bediatuo responded to Martin Amidu but I think his legal mind is on Christmas break he might come back strong, anticipate!!! Standing the principle, we in the NDC requires that Justice must be done in a way not to subvert the will of the over six million electorates who voted for change, a change that will ensure the independence of the Judiciary and freedom of the press.
(NDC deputy Communications officer, Bono Region)