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Woyome faces contempt for attacking Supreme Court – Lawyer

Businessman, Alfred Agbesi Woyome, has been advised to immediately withdraw some wild claims he made against the Supreme Court justices or risk being cited for contempt. Mr. Woyome, who is to be orally examined by former Attorney General, Martin Amidu, in the controversial GHc51 million judgement debt case, has accused Ghana’s apex court of persecuting him. “I feel that the ...

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Court strikes out Martin Amidu’s ‘false claim’ against Mahama

The Supreme Court has dismissed Martin Amidu’s claim that President John Dramani Mahama personally ordered the discontinuation of the application by the Attorney-General to examine businessman Alfred Woyome, over the repayment of the ¢51 million judgment debt paid to him. The former Attorney General in his application praying the court to allow him to orally examine Woyome last week, alleged ...

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CPP backs Amidu in Woyome judgement debt saga

The Convention People’s Party (CPP) has declared its support for former Attorney General, Martin Amidu’s call  on Ghanaians to vote out President John Mahama in order for the next president to retrieve the GH¢51 million judgment debt wrongfully paid to businessman, Alfred Woyome. The party said it agreed with Martin Amidu’s assertion that the Mahama-led NDC administration has led the looting ...

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Amidu jealous of AG’s achievements – Kofi Adams

The National Organizer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has said that former Attorney General. Martin Amidu’s recent legal challenges and utterances regarding the GH¢51m Woyome judgement debt are borne out of jealousy. Kofi Adams described Martin Amidu’s action as deliberately seeking to discredit the efforts of the current Attorney General, Marrietta Brew Appiah-Oppong. Martin Amidu, a former Attorney General, ...

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Supreme Court ruling on Woyome’s oral examination [Full text]

The Supreme Court on Monday ordered businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome to appear before it on November 24 to be orally examined by former Attorney General, Martin Amidu in the controversial GHc51 million judgment debt case. The Supreme Court gave the order after Martin Amidu prayed it to allow him examine Woyome following the discontinuance of the case by the Attorney ...

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NDC won’t waste time on Martin Amidu – Kofi Adams

The governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) has downplayed anti-corruption campaigner, Martin Amidu’s call for Ghanaians to vote against President Mahama ahead of the polls. Mr. Amidu, a former Attorney General, has stated that the GHc 51 million judgment debt paid businessman and NDC financier, Alfred Woyome, can only be recouped if there is a change of government. According to him, ...

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Chief Justice petitioned to televise Woyome’s oral examination

A Ghanaian, Richard Asante Yeboah has petitioned the Chief Justice to allow live cameras in the Supreme Court during the oral examination of businessman, Alfred Agbesi Woyome by former Attorney General, Martin Amidu. In his petition, Mr. Yeboah insisted that the live telecast would bolster confidence in the legal system especially in the apex court of the land in ensuring ...

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I’ll seek justice with ‘last drop of my blood’ – Woyome

Embattled businessman, Alfred Agbesi Woyome, has vowed to go to any extent necessary to seek justice in the case against him over the repayment of the controversial GHc51 million judgment debt. Mr. Woyome, who argues that he has been vilified for long, said although he will pay the money, he will “pursue this matter with the last drop of my ...

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Woyome’s outburst at Supreme Court over Amidu’s suit [Audio]

The Supreme Court on Wednesday, November 16, granted former Attorney General, Martin Amidu, the permission to orally examine businessman, Alfred Agbesi Woyome, in the controversial GHc51 million judgment debt case. This was because Mr. Amidu, had prayed the court to give him the chance to examine Woyome, after the Attorney General’s office, which had earlier asked the court to offer ...

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Charlotte Osei must be impeached – Martin Amidu

Anti-corruption campaigner, Martin Amidu, has called for the impeachment of the Chairperson of Ghana’s Electoral Commission, Charlotte Osei after the December polls. According to him, the Chairperson’s recent activities including the disqualification of some presidential candidates from the 2016 elections were unfair and obvious indication she is not neutral in the application of the country’s electoral laws. In recent statement, ...

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