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Opinions Sat, 3 May 2014

Is there a Constitutional Case to Impeach President Mahama?

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Comment: THIS IS AN UNLIKELY POSSIBILITY!

Author:
LONTO-BOY
Date:
2014-05-03 08:06:25
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Is there a Constitutional Case to Impeach Presiden

MASSA KOFI, your article brings up the possibility of impeachment. However, do you honestly expect President John Mahama to be impeached for his Government's refusal to recognise the Supreme Court's ruling over this Dual Citizenship issue in our Ghanaian politics? C'mon, Kofi, you know this is exceedingly unlikely possibility!

Given the principles of your argument in this article, and if there's a chance of throwing President Mahama out of office for his failure to respect and uphold the oath of his office and the law. It will require Parliament to consider the notion of impeachment. Will the Majority NDC MPs in Parliament impeach their own President? Of course, you know this is exceedingly unlikely to happen! And do you even think NPP will be excited by this idea? It will be politically dangerous even for NPP to consider this.

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LONTO-BOY on May 3, 08:06
THIS IS AN UNLIKELY POSSIBILITY!