The petitioner in Ghana’s election petition case, John Mahama, has filed a motion at the Supreme Court for leave to reopen his case.
This would enable his legal team try to subpoena Chairperson of the Electoral Commission to compel her to testify.
The latest motion comes hours after the Supreme Court ruled that the EC boss cannot be forced to mount the dock.
In court on Thursday, the Bench said the arguments of the Petitioner’s lawyers who argued to the contrary were not convincing.
Addressing the media after the ruling, one of the spokespersons for the petitioner Marrietta Brew Oppong-Appiah said they would also appeal the ruling of the court.