HRH Oscar Yao Doe: John Mahama’s Legal Team Must Add Evans Mensah As A Witness To Address Vote Padding

One of Ghana’s finest businessman, HRH Oscar Yao Doe has in recent post questioned the working ethics of Journalist Evan Mensah during election 2020.

According to HRH Doe, Evans Mensah projected the election results in favour of the NPP even before the electoral commission could make its final declaration.

HRH Doe urged the legal team of NDC’s flag-bearer for election 2020, John Dramani Mahama to call Evans Mensah to the supreme court during the petition hearing.

Read his full post below:

Election2020 Petition! Vote Padding: Few Hours To The Supreme Court Deadline: John Mahama’s Legal Team Must Add Evans Mensah Of Joy News As Prime Withnes To Address Vote Paddle.

On The 8th Of December 2020 Early Down I Saw With My Own Eyes On TV How Evans Mensah And Co Host Announcing Claimed? Presidential Collation Results? And To My Surprise Some Of The Constituency Results Has 98% , 95% And 92% Voter Turnout Respectively. The Question Is Was Evans Mensah Drunk? Or Naive? Or Did It Deliberately? He Must Be Call As A Withnes And Also A Suspect To Substantiate The Fraudulent Results He Published On Joy News And Most Importantly Where Exactly Did He Get The Results From?

Per The 2nd Respondent ( President Akufo Addo’s) Own Defence They Made Reference To Media Publication Of Results, Which In Their View Compliment The EC’s Fraudulent Announcement. So Calling Evans Mensah Could Be Extremely Helpful To The Court.

See Below 2nd Respondent Claims:

He stated that more than thirty-eight thousand polling station results witnessed by the general public and international observers attest to his win.

He further responded in paragraph 35 of his Answer that the results were “corroborated by all media houses of note in the country as well as many local and international observers”.


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