Benjamin Eyi Mensah, a fisherman sued the EC for preventing him from filing his nomination to contest in the Eyipeh Electoral Area despite fulfilling all the requirements.
Mr Mensah through his lawyer, Alex Afenyo-Markin argued that his client meet the requirements before the maturation of the Constitutional Instrument (CI) 85 which gives the election a legal backing.
The Supreme Court in its ruling described the process as “unconstitutional” and further ordered the EC to cancel the Elections and start all over again.
Meanwhile, aspiring assembly members have bemoaned the amount of money they have invested in campaigning.
An Assembly Member of Aspirant for Nungua North Estates, Godfred Hammond has said the ruling does not augur well for them.