A member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Abraham Amaliba, has laughed off evidence presented by Dr Mahamudu Bawumia in court, saying they have noticed half-truths in what he presented on Wednesday, April 17, 2013.
Mr Amaliba, thus, observed Ghanaians will get to know that the star witness and second petitioner in the landmark election 2012 petition was not telling the truth.
Dr Bawumia mounted the witness’ box on Wednesday to deliver evidence over the alleged violations, omissions, malpractices and irregularities during the December 7/8 Elections.
Speaking on TV3’s News@10 on Wednesday, Mr Amaliba, who is also a legal practitioner, said: “We have noticed some inconsistencies in his evidence.”
“We shall cross-examine him so that he will look in the Ghanaian eyes as one who is not saying the truth,” he added.
He talked down the praise members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) have heaped on their vice presidential candidate during the elections, stressing “he did what they wanted him to do”.
“They don’t know what is up our sleeves,” he said.
He mentioned the NPP will realize they are jumping the gun if “Bawumia is not able to answer simple questions in the cross-examination”.