JUST IN:Mysterious Thing Happened In The Petition to Remove EC Boss, Jean Mensa – Read Details

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It has been noted that some pages contained in the petition purported to terminate the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission and some of her deputies are allegedly missing.
According to the report, this was revealed after the petition from the office of the Presidency was submitted to the Chief Justice in the country.

However, according to Oliver Barker-Vormawor on his social media Facebook post published by Ghana Web, the missing pages contained in the petition contained some of the most important arguments that the petition is asking for the removal of the Chairperson for the Electoral Commission and her deputies.

On that note, Mr Oliver Barker-Vormawor, therefore, confirmed that the Chief Justice had permitted them (petitioners) to resubmit the missing pages that were contained in the petition.

“We have just been informed by the Office of the Chief Justice that the pages 9, 10, 11 and 12, which contain our most critical arguments, were missing from the petition that was received from the Presidency. We acknowledge the notice from the Office of the Chief Justice and are grateful for the opportunity to supply the missing pages,” Mr Oliver Barker-Vormawor wrote on his Facebook page.

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Furthermore, Mr Oliver Barker-Vormawor who is a renowned Converter for the #FixTheCountry campaign group in a subsequent post has affirmed that their petition which was filed at the Presidency office did not contain some important pages or documents on January 10th,2022.

He further ignites his claims by saying that their evidence is a duplicate o copy of their petition that has a stamp of the President on it.

“We printed a duplicate copy of the petition, which was stamped at the Presidency. We just checked. The copy we have contains the missing pages. We have no idea what went wrong with the master copy. Anyway, we will be sending a new copy to the Chief Justice tomorrow,” he added.

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