A loudmouthed member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC)’s communications team, Stephen Atubiga has advised former president John Mahama to withdraw his case from the Supreme Court.

According to the ex convict and failed presidential aspirant, the posture of the justices of the Supreme Courts means John Mahama will never get justice and a fair hearing.

He advises the former President who is the petitioner in the ongoing 2020 election petition to allow prosperity to judge his case by withdrawing his petition.

“If the justices do not give justice to JDM today, I would advise my brother JDM / NDC to withdraw the case, and let posterity be the judge,” he wrote on his Facebook wall.

Stephen Atubiga further added that he would at any time welcome and roll a red carpet for John Mahama if he decides to contest the NDC party’s presidential election again in 2024.

“JDM would always have a red carpet rolled by me for him anytime he is ready to lead NDC again,” he stated.

Read below his full facebook post;

If the justices do not give justice to JDM today, I would advise my brother JDM / NDC to withdraw the case, and let posterity be the judge.

JDM would always have a red carpet rolled by me for him anytime he is ready to lead NDC again.

The 7 against 0 votes from the justices from day one has prepared most NDC members’ mindset of miscarriage judgement of justice awaiting NDC.

The best justice the legal team of JDM /NDC can give to the 6 million+ voters of the NDC/Ghanaians, is to allow posterity to give judgement on this case with time.

I have heard a lot about why Jean mensah is protected from the witness box.

Some are saying in case of runoff directives from the court, her integrity may be damaged not enabling her supervising another election in the country.

Well, some of us who are political predictors, political visionaries, political herbalist, with political prophecies can boldly tell you NDC/JDM would not get justice.

Source: GhanaVanguard.com


Send your news stories or articles for publication to info@GhanaVanguard.com or send them via whatsapp; 233(0)546748281

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here