The NDC Communication Team Member, Stephen Atubiga, who was gaoled for three days by the Supreme Court on contempt charges, says Ghanaians should “brace themselves for a shock” when the Supreme Court gives its final ruling on the ongoing election petition case.
Speaking to Radio Gold on Monday in an interview, the NDC communicator urged Ghanaians to accept the verdict in good faith, irrespective of the direction it goes.
Though he believed the court’s decision will shock the entire citizenry, he was however, optimistic it will be in the interest of the nation.
He therefore appealed to all political parties to comply with the ruling of the court and desist from making comments that may scandalize the court.
“We have to let Ghanaians have confidence in the judicial system. No political party should come out and say, I don’t believe in the judges…The stubborn ones, when they get to stand in front of those judges, they will see the little of the mass destruction that will hit them,” he stressed.
He also wants to lead a crusade to “sensitize Ghanaians” to “respect the verdict.”
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