Otchere-Darko’s comments on election petition disturbing and unethical – Ayine fires

The former Executive Director of the Danquah Institute, Gabby Otchere-Darko posted on his Facebook page that s part of his prophecies for the year 2020 “The supreme court will rule that the petitioner could not provide any material evidence, in terms of actual numbers, to justify the run-off he is seeking against eighter Jean Mensa or Akufo-Addo.

Reacting to the above on the Key Points program on TV3, former Deputy Attorney General Dr. Dominic Ayine said Otchere-Darko’s comment is disturbing and unethical.

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“Now, I found that really disturbing coming from a lawyer, owner of a prominent law firm that does a lot of transactions for the government,” he told the host Abena Tabi.

“I think it is unbecoming, it is unethical. Because, supposing, for the sake of argument, the Supreme Court actually comes down the way he has predicted, what do you think people are going to say?”

People may even begin to think that the judgment was being written at the time that he was saying those things.

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The National Democratic Congress (NDC) and John Mahama on Wednesday, December 30, 2020 file a petition at the apex court seeking, among other things, a rerun of the presidential elections, asking the court for an order to restrain Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, the second respondent from holding himself out as the President-elect.

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Source: DailyNewsGhana.com

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