Robert Joseph Mettle-Nunoo, the third witness for the Petitioner, John Dramani Mahama has said he was served with only tea and not biscuit as the first respondent sought to put it.
During his cross-examination by the lawyer for the first respondent, Justine Amenuvor, he revealed that he went to meet the Commissioner of the Electoral Commission to consult her on some irregularities detected during the collation.
He said when he got there he was only “served tea but not with biscuits” and that the assertion by the EC’s lawyer is inaccurate.
When counsel for the first respondent confronted Mr Mettle-Nunoo on his temperament he responded that “I have a temperament for fairness, a temperament for wanting to tell the truth and fighting for what is right”.
In a much-tensed cross-examination, Mr Mettle-Nunoo and Justine Amenuvor which had the two clash on several occasions.
Mr Mettle-Nunoo is being cross-examined by lawyers for the first respondent and the second respondent via zoom due to his reported ill health.
Source: Modern Ghana