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Homosexuals targeting 35 seats in Parliament in 2024 – Captain Smart claims



Radio personality, Captain Smart has indicated that Homosexuals in Ghana have an agenda of targeting 35 seats in Parliament in 2024.

According to him, the homosexual community intends to get 35 seats in the house in order to push their agenda of legalizing their activities in the country.

“I must tell you that homosexuals are targeting just thirty-five seats in Parliament. Currently, they have nine members who are just advocates for gay rights but are not involved in the act. However, there are three people who are involved in the act which includes one woman and two men.”

Captain Smart said the homosexual community does not bother themselves with who becomes President but rather is focusing on having the numbers in Parliament to push their agenda.

There have been debates on various social media platforms on whether homosexuality should be legalized in Ghana. This was after there was news that the LGBT advocates have opened an office to address the needs of their members in the country.

Information available indicates that the President of Ghana has however ordered that National Security and police to close down the facility.





Man Dies Shortly After Supreme Court Ruled Against John Mahama



An unidentified man has died at the Supreme Court shortly after Justices of the court, led by, Justice Anim Yeboah dismissed the petition filed by John Dramani Mahama.

Today, Justices of the Supreme court unanimously ruled against the NDC’s John Mahama stressing that Nana Akufo-Addo was legally elected and declared president of Ghana at the 202 Presidential elections.

Shortly after the ruling, Modernnewsgh.com got the information that a man who was present at the Supreme Court collapsed and died.

Media personality, Serwaa Amihere also confirmed the report on Twitter saying, “A man yet to be identified has been rumoured dead after collapsing at the premises of the SC shortly after the apex court judgement on the election petiton.”

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Election petition: Supreme Court delivers judgement



The Supreme Court has dismissed the election petition brought before it by John Dramani Mahama, the 2020 Presidential Candidate of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).

Chief Justice Kwasi Anin-Yeboah made this known while reading the ruling of the court on Thursday, March 3, 2021.

“The petitioner did not demonstrate in any way how the errors affected the declaration of the election…We have therefore no reason to order a re-run [of the election]. We accordingly dismiss the petition,” he said.

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LIVESTREAMING: Supreme Court judgement on Election Petition



Justices of the Supreme Court are set to rule on the Election Petition on the December polls submitted by flagbearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress, John Dramani Mahama.

The legal tussle and cross-examination, which has taken place since January 14 will finally be decided today at the Supreme Court of Ghana.

The seven-member panel presided over by Chief Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah, had asked lawyers for the parties in the case to file their closing written addresses.

Following the general polls of 2020, where the Electoral Commission Chairperson, Jean Mensa, declared Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as winner, the National Democratic Congress flagbearer, John Dramani Mahama, took the EC and the president to court, on the grounds that no one met the constitutional threshold for election to the high office of President. They were also asking the court to invalidate the EC’s declaration of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as president.

The court before trial commenced set the following issues for determination:

1. Whether or not the petition discloses any reasonable cause of action

2. Whether or not based on the data contained in the declaration of the 1st Respondent (EC), no candidate obtained more than 50% of the valid votes cast as required by article 63 (3) of the 1992 constitution

3. Whether or not the 2nd Respondent still met the article 63 (3) of the 1992 constitution threshold by the exclusion or inclusion of the Techiman South constituency Presidential Election Results of 2020

4. Whether or not the declaration by the 1st Respondent dated the 9th of December was in violation of article 63 (3) of the 1992 constitution

5. Whether or not the alleged vote padding and other errors complained of by the petitioner affected the outcome of the Presidential Election results of 2020.

Watch a livestream of GhanaWeb’s coverage with experts and legal minds on the trial here:


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