The latest to be put on Presiding judge Justice William Atuguba's wanted list are Stephen Atubiga, Kweku Boahen, both of the NDC and Ken Kuranchie, Managing Editor of the Daily Searchlight newspaper.
The court hearing the Presidential Election Petition returned from lunch break to unexpectedly announced the list and issued instruction for these persons to appear before court to defend some comments they made on the case.
The NDC man is wanted for purportedly issuing contemptuous statements on 25th June this year on Asempa FM, an Accra-based radio station.
Kwaku Boahen, who is also the Ashanti Regional Youth Organiser of the governing National Democratic Congress, is believed to have made similar comments on Angel FM and Boss FM in Kumasi.
Ken Kuranchie is to answer to a front page comment published on the Thursday 27 June 2013 edition of his mewspaper.
They are to appear before the court on 2nd July 2013 at 10:00am.
In view of the court action banning Sammy Awuku, deputy communications director of the NPP from attending court proceedings for contemptuous comments which he withdrew and apologised for, it is likely that the three persons may face contempt charges.
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