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Mr. Justice William Atuguba

Wrong Justice William Atuguba?
NPP
 
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Afriyie facing contempt
www.ghanadot.com, 12 Aug 2013 [cached]
The summons quoted The Enquirer Newspaper of Friday July 5, 2013, reporting Owusu Afriyie as having described Justice Atuguba as a "hypocrite" and "a joker who pampers" the Counsel for the third respondent in the case, Mr. Tsatsu Tsikata, but "scolds" the counsel for the petitioners, Mr. Philip Addison.
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The summons further quoted The Enquirer as saying that Sir John had said "Justice Atuguba, by his actions, was up to hypocritical antics that is intended to lead NPP not to get the opportunity to play a tape recording of the Electoral Commissioner, Dr. Kwadwo Afari- Gyan's voice, declaring that 'No verification, no vote', so that the President can win the case."
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The question is: Why did Owusu Afriyie single out Justice Atuguba for this personal attack? Personal hatred or setting him up for other premeditated actions such as physical attacks after being blamed for the defeat of the NPP at the Court? Not inconceivable. I hazard the claim that isolating Justice Atuguba for this heinous personal attack has been the preferred method chosen by the NPP right from the very moment that the Chief Justice empanelled the 9 judges to hear their petition with Justice Atuguba as the President.
We recollect how the NPP's legal team protested against his choice (but hid behind empty rhetoric to attempt covering it up) amidst allegations verging on his relationship with President Mahama's executive Secretary (Dr. Raymond Atuguba), his being of Northern Ghana extraction just like President Mahama (meaning that ethnic ties would influence his role), and the outright hostility toward him concerning allegations that he was frustrating Philip Addison, counsel for the petitioners. Many more allegations were raised, one of which was that a delegation of chiefs from Northern Ghana had visited him to impress on him the urgency of not siding with the anti-Mahama elements to rule against him.
In other words, Justice Atuguba was set up as the bull's eye for verbal attack. Thus, utterances coming from those controlling the affairs of the NPP and the ordinary party functionaries seemed to have been specially packaged to hurt Justice Atuguba's personal integrity. He had been set up as the obstacle to overcome on the NPP's way to winning the petition.
The Court presided over by Justice ...
www.asedaradio.com, 5 Feb 2013 [cached]
The Court presided over by Justice William Atuguba has directed the EC to provide all the information requested by the petitioners.
Justice William Atuguba, ...
wn.com, 23 Mar 2014 [cached]
Justice William Atuguba, President of the bench, who read the decision, concluded by saying that "in the circumstances, the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed. Our various judgements, for the sake of convenience are handed over to the registrar of this court. Below is the decision as read by Justice Atuguba. The Final Verdict: Well, this is the decision we have arrived at: Upon a scrutiny of the petition, we found that the issues to be determined are as set out at page 125 of the counsel for the petitioners' written address were as follows: 1. Over voting, 2. voting without biometric verification, 3. absence of the signature of the presiding officer, 4. duplicate serial numbers, that is to say occurrence of the same serial numbers on pink sheets for two different polling stations, 5. duplicate polling station codes, that is to say occurrence of different results of pink sheets for polling stations with the same polling station codes, 6. unknown polling stations, that is to say results recorded for polling stations that are not part of 26,002 polling stations provided by the second respondent in the petition. We unanimously dismiss the claims relating to duplicate serial numbers, duplicate polling station codes, and unknown polling stations, that is for short. Atuguba, Adinyira, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, and Akoto-Bamfo, dismiss the claim of over voting. Atuguba, Adinyira, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, Akoto-Bamfo, dismiss the claims relating to absence of signature of presiding officer. Atuguba, Adinyira, Dotsey, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, Akoto-Bamfo dismiss the claim relating to voting without biometric verification Ansah, Owusu and Anim Yeboah grant all the three claims, that is to say, over voting, absence of presiding officers' signature and voting without biometric verification, annul the votes involved and order a rerun of the affected areas Dotsey JSC grants the claim of over-voting but has provided a road-map in his judgement as in the figures of votes to be ascertained and cancelled and a re-run of the areas affected Dotsey JSC upholds the claim relating to absence of presiding officers' signatures on the pink sheets cancels the results concerned and orders a rerun of the areas affected Baffoe-Bonnie JSC grants the claim of voting without biometric verification cancels the votes involved and orders a rerun of the areas affected In the circumstances the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed.
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John Dramani Mahama Remains Validly Elected President After eight months of sitting, the Supreme Court presided over by Justice William Atuguba has ruled that, the First Respondent to the 2012 election petition, President John Dramani Mahama was validly elected.
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The nine member Panel was presided over by Justice William Atuguba.
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Justice William Atuguba, President of the bench, who read the decision, concluded by saying that "in the circumstances, the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed. Our various judgements, for the sake of convenience are handed over to the registrar of this court. Below is the decision as read by Justice Atuguba. The Final Verdict: Well, this is the decision we have arrived at: Upon a scrutiny of the petition, we found that the issues to be determined are as set out at page 125 of the counsel for the petitioners' written address were as follows: 1. Over voting, 2. voting without biometric verification, 3. absence of the signature of the presiding officer, 4. duplicate serial numbers, that is to say occurrence of the same serial numbers on pink sheets for two different polling stations, 5. duplicate polling station codes, that is to say occurrence of different results of pink sheets for polling stations with the same polling station codes, 6. unknown polling stations, that is to say results recorded for polling stations that are not part of 26,002 polling stations provided by the second respondent in the petition. We unanimously dismiss the claims relating to duplicate serial numbers, duplicate polling station codes, and unknown polling stations, that is for short. Atuguba, Adinyira, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, and Akoto-Bamfo, dismiss the claim of over voting. Atuguba, Adinyira, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, Akoto-Bamfo, dismiss the claims relating to absence of signature of presiding officer. Atuguba, Adinyira, Dotsey, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, Akoto-Bamfo dismiss the claim relating to voting without biometric verification Ansah, Owusu and Anim Yeboah grant all the three claims, that is to say, over voting, absence of presiding officers' signature and voting without biometric verification, annul the votes involved and order a rerun of the affected areas Dotsey JSC grants the claim of over-voting but has provided a road-map in his judgement as in the figures of votes to be ascertained and cancelled and a re-run of the areas affected Dotsey JSC upholds the claim relating to absence of presiding officers' signatures on the pink sheets cancels the results concerned and orders a rerun of the areas affected Baffoe-Bonnie JSC grants the claim of voting without biometric verification cancels the votes involved and orders a rerun of the areas affected In the circumstances the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed.
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Justice William Atuguba, President of the bench, who read the decision, concluded by saying that "in the circumstances, the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed. Our various judgements, for the sake of convenience are handed over to the registrar of this court. Below is the decision as read by Justice Atuguba. The Final Verdict: Well, this is the decision we have arrived at: Upon a scrutiny of the petition, we found that the issues to be determined are as set out at page 125 of the counsel for the petitioners' written address were as follows: 1. Over voting, 2. voting without biometric verification, 3. absence of the signature of the presiding officer, 4. duplicate serial numbers, that is to say occurrence of the same serial numbers on pink sheets for two different polling stations, 5. duplicate polling station codes, that is to say occurrence of different results of pink sheets for polling stations with the same polling station codes, 6. unknown polling stations, that is to say results recorded for polling stations that are not part of 26,002 polling stations provided by the second respondent in the petition. We unanimously dismiss the claims relating to duplicate serial numbers, duplicate polling station codes, and unknown polling stations, that is for short. Atuguba, Adinyira, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, and Akoto-Bamfo, dismiss the claim of over voting. Atuguba, Adinyira, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, Akoto-Bamfo, dismiss the claims relating to absence of signature of presiding officer. Atuguba, Adinyira, Dotsey, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, Akoto-Bamfo dismiss the claim relating to voting without biometric verification Ansah, Owusu and Anim Yeboah grant all the three claims, that is to say, over voting, absence of presiding officers' signature and voting without biometric verification, annul the votes involved and order a rerun of the affected areas Dotsey JSC grants the claim of over-voting but has provided a road-map in his judgement as in the figures of votes to be ascertained and cancelled and a re-run of the areas affected Dotsey JSC upholds the claim relating to absence of presiding officers' signatures on the pink sheets cancels the results concerned and orders a rerun of the areas affected Baffoe-Bonnie JSC grants the claim of voting without biometric verification cancels the votes involved and orders a rerun of the areas affected In the circumstances the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed.
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John Dramani Mahama Remains Validly Elected President After eight months of sitting, the Supreme Court presided over by Justice William Atuguba has ruled that, the First Respondent to the 2012 election petition, President John Dramani Mahama was validly elected.
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John Dramani Mahama Remains Validly Elected President After eight months of sitting, the Supreme Court presided over by Justice William Atuguba has ruled that, the First Respondent to the 2012 election petition, President John Dramani Mahama was validly elected.
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The nine member Panel was presided over by Justice William Atuguba.
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The nine member Panel was presided over by Justice William Atuguba.
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"Atuguba, Adinyira, Dotsey, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, Akoto-Bamfo dismiss the claim relating to voting without, biometric verification.
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President of the nine-member panel of the Supreme Court, Justice William Atuguba announced the verdict in Accra today August 29, 2013.
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President of the nine-member panel of the Supreme Court, Justice William Atuguba announced the verdict in Accra today August 29, 2013.
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Justice William Atuguba, President of the bench, who read the decision, concluded by saying that "in the circumstances, the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed. Our various judgements, for the sake of convenience are handed over to the registrar of this court. Below is the decision as read by Justice Atuguba. The Final Verdict: Well, this is the decision we have arrived at: Upon a scrutiny of the petition, we found that the issues to be determined are as set out a
The nine member Panel was presided ...
wn.com, 12 Mar 2014 [cached]
The nine member Panel was presided over by Justice William Atuguba.
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Justice William Atuguba, President of the bench, who read the decision, concluded by saying that "in the circumstances, the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed. Our various judgements, for the sake of convenience are handed over to the registrar of this court. Below is the decision as read by Justice Atuguba. The Final Verdict: Well, this is the decision we have arrived at: Upon a scrutiny of the petition, we found that the issues to be determined are as set out at page 125 of the counsel for the petitioners' written address were as follows: 1. Over voting, 2. voting without biometric verification, 3. absence of the signature of the presiding officer, 4. duplicate serial numbers, that is to say occurrence of the same serial numbers on pink sheets for two different polling stations, 5. duplicate polling station codes, that is to say occurrence of different results of pink sheets for polling stations with the same polling station codes, 6. unknown polling stations, that is to say results recorded for polling stations that are not part of 26,002 polling stations provided by the second respondent in the petition. We unanimously dismiss the claims relating to duplicate serial numbers, duplicate polling station codes, and unknown polling stations, that is for short. Atuguba, Adinyira, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, and Akoto-Bamfo, dismiss the claim of over voting. Atuguba, Adinyira, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, Akoto-Bamfo, dismiss the claims relating to absence of signature of presiding officer. Atuguba, Adinyira, Dotsey, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, Akoto-Bamfo dismiss the claim relating to voting without biometric verification Ansah, Owusu and Anim Yeboah grant all the three claims, that is to say, over voting, absence of presiding officers' signature and voting without biometric verification, annul the votes involved and order a rerun of the affected areas Dotsey JSC grants the claim of over-voting but has provided a road-map in his judgement as in the figures of votes to be ascertained and cancelled and a re-run of the areas affected Dotsey JSC upholds the claim relating to absence of presiding officers' signatures on the pink sheets cancels the results concerned and orders a rerun of the areas affected Baffoe-Bonnie JSC grants the claim of voting without biometric verification cancels the votes involved and orders a rerun of the areas affected In the circumstances the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed.
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John Dramani Mahama Remains Validly Elected President After eight months of sitting, the Supreme Court presided over by Justice William Atuguba has ruled that, the First Respondent to the 2012 election petition, President John Dramani Mahama was validly elected.
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The nine member Panel was presided over by Justice William Atuguba.
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The nine member Panel was presided over by Justice William Atuguba.
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Justice William Atuguba, President of the bench, who read the decision, concluded by saying that "in the circumstances, the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed. Our various judgements, for the sake of convenience are handed over to the registrar of this court. Below is the decision as read by Justice Atuguba. The Final Verdict: Well, this is the decision we have arrived at: Upon a scrutiny of the petition, we found that the issues to be determined are as set out at page 125 of the counsel for the petitioners' written address were as follows: 1. Over voting, 2. voting without biometric verification, 3. absence of the signature of the presiding officer, 4. duplicate serial numbers, that is to say occurrence of the same serial numbers on pink sheets for two different polling stations, 5. duplicate polling station codes, that is to say occurrence of different results of pink sheets for polling stations with the same polling station codes, 6. unknown polling stations, that is to say results recorded for polling stations that are not part of 26,002 polling stations provided by the second respondent in the petition. We unanimously dismiss the claims relating to duplicate serial numbers, duplicate polling station codes, and unknown polling stations, that is for short. Atuguba, Adinyira, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, and Akoto-Bamfo, dismiss the claim of over voting. Atuguba, Adinyira, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, Akoto-Bamfo, dismiss the claims relating to absence of signature of presiding officer. Atuguba, Adinyira, Dotsey, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, Akoto-Bamfo dismiss the claim relating to voting without biometric verification Ansah, Owusu and Anim Yeboah grant all the three claims, that is to say, over voting, absence of presiding officers' signature and voting without biometric verification, annul the votes involved and order a rerun of the affected areas Dotsey JSC grants the claim of over-voting but has provided a road-map in his judgement as in the figures of votes to be ascertained and cancelled and a re-run of the areas affected Dotsey JSC upholds the claim relating to absence of presiding officers' signatures on the pink sheets cancels the results concerned and orders a rerun of the areas affected Baffoe-Bonnie JSC grants the claim of voting without biometric verification cancels the votes involved and orders a rerun of the areas affected In the circumstances the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed.
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Justice William Atuguba, President of the bench, who read the decision, concluded by saying that "in the circumstances, the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed. Our various judgements, for the sake of convenience are handed over to the registrar of this court. Below is the decision as read by Justice Atuguba. The Final Verdict: Well, this is the decision we have arrived at: Upon a scrutiny of the petition, we found that the issues to be determined are as set out at page 125 of the counsel for the petitioners' written address were as follows: 1. Over voting, 2. voting without biometric verification, 3. absence of the signature of the presiding officer, 4. duplicate serial numbers, that is to say occurrence of the same serial numbers on pink sheets for two different polling stations, 5. duplicate polling station codes, that is to say occurrence of different results of pink sheets for polling stations with the same polling station codes, 6. unknown polling stations, that is to say results recorded for polling stations that are not part of 26,002 polling stations provided by the second respondent in the petition. We unanimously dismiss the claims relating to duplicate serial numbers, duplicate polling station codes, and unknown polling stations, that is for short. Atuguba, Adinyira, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, and Akoto-Bamfo, dismiss the claim of over voting. Atuguba, Adinyira, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, Akoto-Bamfo, dismiss the claims relating to absence of signature of presiding officer. Atuguba, Adinyira, Dotsey, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, Akoto-Bamfo dismiss the claim relating to voting without biometric verification Ansah, Owusu and Anim Yeboah grant all the three claims, that is to say, over voting, absence of presiding officers' signature and voting without biometric verification, annul the votes involved and order a rerun of the affected areas Dotsey JSC grants the claim of over-voting but has provided a road-map in his judgement as in the figures of votes to be ascertained and cancelled and a re-run of the areas affected Dotsey JSC upholds the claim relating to absence of presiding officers' signatures on the pink sheets cancels the results concerned and orders a rerun of the areas affected Baffoe-Bonnie JSC grants the claim of voting without biometric verification cancels the votes involved and orders a rerun of the areas affected In the circumstances the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed.
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John Dramani Mahama Remains Validly Elected President After eight months of sitting, the Supreme Court presided over by Justice William Atuguba has ruled that, the First Respondent to the 2012 election petition, President John Dramani Mahama was validly elected.
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John Dramani Mahama Remains Validly Elected President After eight months of sitting, the Supreme Court presided over by Justice William Atuguba has ruled that, the First Respondent to the 2012 election petition, President John Dramani Mahama was validly elected.
...
The nine member Panel was presided over by Justice William Atuguba.
...
Justice William Atuguba, President of the bench, who read the decision, concluded by saying that "in the circumstances, the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed. Our various judgements, for the sake of convenience are handed over to the registrar of this court. Below is the decision as read by Justice Atuguba. The Final Verdict: Well, this is the decision we have arrived at: Upon a scrutiny of the petition, we found that the issues to be determined are as set out at page 125 of the counsel for the petitioners' written address were as follows: 1. Over voting, 2. voting without biometric verification, 3. absence of the signature of the presiding officer, 4. duplicate serial numbers, that is to say occurrence of the same serial numbers on pink sheets for two different polling stations, 5. duplicate polling station codes, that is to say occurrence of differe
Justice William Atuguba, ...
wn.com, 28 June 2013 [cached]
Justice William Atuguba, President of the bench, who read the decision, concluded by saying that "in the circumstances, the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed. Our various judgements, for the sake of convenience are handed over to the registrar of this court. Below is the decision as read by Justice Atuguba. The Final Verdict: Well, this is the decision we have arrived at: Upon a scrutiny of the petition, we found that the issues to be determined are as set out at page 125 of the counsel for the petitioners' written address were as follows: 1. Over voting, 2. voting without biometric verification, 3. absence of the signature of the presiding officer, 4. duplicate serial numbers, that is to say occurrence of the same serial numbers on pink sheets for two different polling stations, 5. duplicate polling station codes, that is to say occurrence of different results of pink sheets for polling stations with the same polling station codes, 6. unknown polling stations, that is to say results recorded for polling stations that are not part of 26,002 polling stations provided by the second respondent in the petition. We unanimously dismiss the claims relating to duplicate serial numbers, duplicate polling station codes, and unknown polling stations, that is for short. Atuguba, Adinyira, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, and Akoto-Bamfo, dismiss the claim of over voting. Atuguba, Adinyira, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, Akoto-Bamfo, dismiss the claims relating to absence of signature of presiding officer. Atuguba, Adinyira, Dotsey, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, Akoto-Bamfo dismiss the claim relating to voting without biometric verification Ansah, Owusu and Anim Yeboah grant all the three claims, that is to say, over voting, absence of presiding officers' signature and voting without biometric verification, annul the votes involved and order a rerun of the affected areas Dotsey JSC grants the claim of over-voting but has provided a road-map in his judgement as in the figures of votes to be ascertained and cancelled and a re-run of the areas affected Dotsey JSC upholds the claim relating to absence of presiding officers' signatures on the pink sheets cancels the results concerned and orders a rerun of the areas affected Baffoe-Bonnie JSC grants the claim of voting without biometric verification cancels the votes involved and orders a rerun of the areas affected In the circumstances the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed.
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Justice William Atuguba, President of the bench, who read the decision, concluded by saying that "in the circumstances, the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed. Our various judgements, for the sake of convenience are handed over to the registrar of this court. Below is the decision as read by Justice Atuguba. The Final Verdict: Well, this is the decision we have arrived at: Upon a scrutiny of the petition, we found that the issues to be determined are as set out at page 125 of the counsel for the petitioners' written address were as follows: 1. Over voting, 2. voting without biometric verification, 3. absence of the signature of the presiding officer, 4. duplicate serial numbers, that is to say occurrence of the same serial numbers on pink sheets for two different polling stations, 5. duplicate polling station codes, that is to say occurrence of different results of pink sheets for polling stations with the same polling station codes, 6. unknown polling stations, that is to say results recorded for polling stations that are not part of 26,002 polling stations provided by the second respondent in the petition. We unanimously dismiss the claims relating to duplicate serial numbers, duplicate polling station codes, and unknown polling stations, that is for short. Atuguba, Adinyira, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, and Akoto-Bamfo, dismiss the claim of over voting. Atuguba, Adinyira, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, Akoto-Bamfo, dismiss the claims relating to absence of signature of presiding officer. Atuguba, Adinyira, Dotsey, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, Akoto-Bamfo dismiss the claim relating to voting without biometric verification Ansah, Owusu and Anim Yeboah grant all the three claims, that is to say, over voting, absence of presiding officers' signature and voting without biometric verification, annul the votes involved and order a rerun of the affected areas Dotsey JSC grants the claim of over-voting but has provided a road-map in his judgement as in the figures of votes to be ascertained and cancelled and a re-run of the areas affected Dotsey JSC upholds the claim relating to absence of presiding officers' signatures on the pink sheets cancels the results concerned and orders a rerun of the areas affected Baffoe-Bonnie JSC grants the claim of voting without biometric verification cancels the votes involved and orders a rerun of the areas affected In the circumstances the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed.
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Justice William Atuguba, President of the bench, who read the decision, concluded by saying that "in the circumstances, the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed. Our various judgements, for the sake of convenience are handed over to the registrar of this court. Below is the decision as read by Justice Atuguba. The Final Verdict: Well, this is the decision we have arrived at: Upon a scrutiny of the petition, we found that the issues to be determined are as set out at page 125 of the counsel for the petitioners' written address were as follows: 1. Over voting, 2. voting without biometric verification, 3. absence of the signature of the presiding officer, 4. duplicate serial numbers, that is to say occurrence of the same serial numbers on pink sheets for two different polling stations, 5. duplicate polling station codes, that is to say occurrence of different results of pink sheets for polling stations with the same polling station codes, 6. unknown polling stations, that is to say results recorded for polling stations that are not part of 26,002 polling stations provided by the second respondent in the petition. We unanimously dismiss the claims relating to duplicate serial numbers, duplicate polling station codes, and unknown polling stations, that is for short. Atuguba, Adinyira, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, and Akoto-Bamfo, dismiss the claim of over voting. Atuguba, Adinyira, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, Akoto-Bamfo, dismiss the claims relating to absence of signature of presiding officer. Atuguba, Adinyira, Dotsey, Baffoe-Bonnie, Gbadegbe, Akoto-Bamfo dismiss the claim relating to voting without biometric verification Ansah, Owusu and Anim Yeboah grant all the three claims, that is to say, over voting, absence of presiding officers' signature and voting without biometric verification, annul the votes involved and order a rerun of the affected areas Dotsey JSC grants the claim of over-voting but has provided a road-map in his judgement as in the figures of votes to be ascertained and cancelled and a re-run of the areas affected Dotsey JSC upholds the claim relating to absence of presiding officers' signatures on the pink sheets cancels the results concerned and orders a rerun of the areas affected Baffoe-Bonnie JSC grants the claim of voting without biometric verification cancels the votes involved and orders a rerun of the areas affected In the circumstances the overall effect is that the first respondent was validly elected and the petition is therefore dismissed.
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