by: michael eli dokosi /www.blakkpepper.com/ghana                                    

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The Electoral Commission (EC) and the All People’s Congress (APC) representatives were expected to give oral submissions in court today over the disqualification of presidential aspirant, Hassan Ayariga.

The court had earlier ordered on October 26, that lawyers for both litigants file their case for oral submissions to be heard but at court today, an Accra High Court has adjourned the suit filed by the APC to contest the disqualification by the EC.

This was as a result of lawyers for both parties failing to submit their statement of case citing factors beyond their control.

The case is expected to be called tomorrow, November 1.

The EC had disqualified 13 presidential candidates after vetting the candidates claiming they failed to fulfill the requirements of the law but many of the failed candidates went to court asking for a reinstatement which the PPP’s Dr. Ndoum secured.

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