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Though not a front runner, Mrs ... [cached]

Though not a front runner, Mrs Lokko was billed to give the New Patriotic Party's Philip Addison and National Democratic Congress' Zanetor Rawlings a run for their money.

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Lead counsel for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the landmark election petition, Philip Addison, said it will be a "total waste of time" to pursue another election petition in the country.

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Philip Addison

Philip Addison, New Patriotic Party (NPP) parliamentary aspirant for Klottey Korle constituency in the Greater Accra Region, has submitted a petition to the party's elders over last Sunday's primary in the constituency.
Mr Addison was joined by Vicky Bright from Okai Koi South constituency and a multitude of his supporters as they marched to the party's head office at Asylum Down, Accra, to submit the petition.
According to Norman Tetteh, campaign manager for Mr Addison, among the issues they wanted the party to address were the illegalities in the entire election process, uncertain date for voting and the fact that half of the delegates did not vote in the party's Klottey Korle parliamentary election.
Mr Addison, who was the lead lawyer for the NPP in the 2012 presidential election petition case, polled 22 votes against his main competitor, Nii Noi Nortey, who won the primaries with 393 votes.
Filed Under: PoliticsTagged With: NPP, Philip Addison, Vicky Bright

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COMMENTARY: Stumbling Philip Addison Finally Crash Lands BY: Nana Kow Blankson The NPP lead counsel, Mr Philip Addison who has been stumbling with falsehood in the on-going Supreme Court petition... Read more >

Trying Times Ahead for Afari-Gyan [cached]

Responding to NPP lead counsel Philip Addison,vis-a-vis his thoughts about the December 2012 presidential election, Dr Bawumia, who argued that the Electoral Commission's declaration of John Mahama as winner, could not be supported by the primary evidence, described the EC's attitude as far as the December poll was concerned as follows: "My Lords, it looks like every irregularity, violation and malpractices is supposed to be an error except the declaration of the results...

In his evidence-in-chief of 16 April 2012, Lead Counsel Philip Addison asked NPP "Star Witness" Dr Bawumia to share his thoughts about his findings on alleged over-voting- and here, whether it will have an effect on the results declared if they were to be annulled.
Philip Addison- the lead counsel for the petitioners appeared uncomfortable with this statement, stating that the petitioners were not amending their case but rather abandoning some of the figures they had early presented which should have been welcomed as their work is now being reduced. He accordingly, petitioned the Court to ask the NDC Lead Counsel to withdraw the statement but he persisted on his words.

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