Although the passage of gas is normal, and every human being does it at least 14 times a day, consciously or unconsciously as scientific research has established, there is an urgent need for authorities at the Supreme Court to caution people not to deliberately pass bad gas in the court room.

Reporting live from the Supreme Court premises on Tuesday, Peace FM?s Naana Ntiri disclosed that since yesterday, 3rd June, 2013 till today, some unknown persons have taken delight in making their presence known by passing bad air.

She revealed that the pungent smell in the room sometimes makes breathing difficult for most of the journalists assigned to cover proceedings, thus effecting their concentration on the issues at hand.

The NPP has filed a petition to the Supreme Court; calling for the annulment of over four million votes that they claim went in favour of President John Dramani Mahama on the basis of electoral irregularities, malpractices and omission.

Source: Peacefmonline.com

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