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ELECTORAL DISPUTES COMMISSIONED TO 17 COURTS BY CHIEF JUSTICE OF GHANA

Seventeen High Court judges have been selected by Theodora Georgina Wood, the Chief Justice of Ghana to handle anticipated electoral disputes throughout the country.
According to Mr. Justice Opoku Acheampong, the Judicial Secretary there have been concerns about the December 7 elections being negatively affected considering the arising disputes between the presidential aspirants and the Electoral Commission(EC) over the disqualification of some of the presidential aspirants due to their inability to meet requirements in the Constitutional Instrument(C.I.) 94 meant for the conduct of elections.

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