Mr. Tsikata was arguing his case as to why the 1st and 2nd Respondents cannot close their cases without further adducing evidence as they moved motions to do on Monday, February 8.
Lawyers for the 1st and 2nd Respondents on Monday moved motions to close their cases without calling further witnesses after the petitioner had moved to his close following the discharge of his 3rd witness.
Mr. Tsikata raised an objection against the applications and insisted the chair of the 1st Respondent EC must enter the witness box and be cross-examined.
The court fixed Tuesday for all parties to advance their legal arguments for the court to decide on.
However, there was a dramatic encounter when Mr. Tsikata took his turn to make his arguments.
For the most parts of his arguments, members of the bench interjected either to seek clarity or to draw his attention to something he may have overlooked. It got to a point where Mr. Tsikata was answering a question posed to him by one of the Justices. While at it, another Justice asked him another question. A seemly incensed Tsikata demanded he be allowed to answer one question at a time.
“Please, can I answer to you one at a time!”, he demanded.
He then proceeded to make his arguments insisting the EC chair must enter the witness box to testify to her witness statement that she signed.
By P.D Wedam|3news.com|Ghana