Supreme Court dismisses Mahama's motion for leave to serve interrogatories on EC
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Supreme Court dismisses Mahama's motion for leave to serve interrogatories on EC


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The Supreme Court has dismissed an application for leave filed by the lawyers for John Dramani Mahama in the election petition case to serve interrogatories on the Electoral Commission.
The Supreme Court in a unanimous decision dismissed the application.
Mahama is in court after he and his party -the National Democratic Congress- rejected the results of the 2020 presidential polls.


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