He said that Jean Mensa is a witness who gave glory to God for what she was doing and that she should assume the witness in honour of the God that she gave glory to in making a purported declaration.
My Lord, the statement I am making is that it would honour that God if she would come forward as a witness of truth, he added.
Jean Mensa will glorify the God she serves if she testifies – Tsatsu Tsikata
Because My Lady, in these proceedings, Council for the first respondent obviously on the basis of instructions from her has challenged the truth of witnesses that we have put forward and the account that they have given of interactions with her.
Explaining further, Tsatsu Tsikata cited the cases of Mr Mahama’s second witness Dr Kpessah Whyte and Rojo Mettle-Nunoo were challenged to tell the truth when they testified.
In particular, in the case of Dr Whyte, counsel incessantly put to him that the accounts that he was given of why they left.
Why he and Mr Mettle-Nunoo left the premises had to do with instructions that they received from her.
The witness several times had to say, why would we leave, our bags there. Why would we do that if this was not the case? Why would we do that? And counsel for the first respondent put to him, that he wasn’t there in the meeting, he added.
Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata argued that the truth between the interaction between Jean Mensah and Mr Mettle-Nunoo that happened on December 9, before the declaration were disclosed after Mr Nunoo testified.
He, therefore, wants Mrs Jean Mensa to be made to mount the witness box so she tells the truth according to the God she serves and kept mentioning during prior to her declaration.