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Sole Commissioner’s findings against Woyome ‘thrown out’

The Court of Appeal has ordered the complete removal of conclusions on Alfred Agbesi Woyome in the Sole Commissioner’s white paper concerning the GHc 51 million judgement debt. The Court of Appeal set aside the findings of Sole Commissioner Justice Yaw Apau, citing a breach of the principles of natural justice. According to the court, the Commissioner failed to give Mr. ...

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Martin Amidu writes: Woyome’s suspected crimes and the missing link

Mr. Malik Kweku Baako, the Editor-in-Chief of the New Crusading Guide Newspaper, expressed confidence that Mr. Alfred Agbesi Woyome’s latest foray to the Africa Court and the consequential orders from that court to stay the execution of the judgment and orders I obtained against him at the Supreme Court to refund the over GHS51million unconstitutionally paid to him by the ...

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Ghana’s Supreme Court rejects African Court ruling on Woyome

Ghana’s Supreme Court has rejected the order by the African Court of Human and People’s Rights in Tanzania, asking it to halt proceedings leading to the retrieval of the Ghc51 million judgment debt wrongfully paid to businessman Alfred Woyome. According to the decision by a five-member panel of justices, there’s no real factual and legal basis for Ghana’s Supreme Court ...

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African Court ruling favours Woyome

The African Court on Human and People’s Rights (ACHPR) in Tanzania, has ordered Ghana to suspend all efforts to retrieve the GH₵51.2 million judgement debt paid to businessman, Alfred Agbesi Woyome, until the court determines an appeal filed by the businessman, who argues that his human rights are being abused by Ghana’s Supreme Court. In a unanimous ruling on November ...

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Woyome ‘runs’ to Supreme Court for cover

In what observers have described as legal gymnastics, embattled businessman, Alfred Woyome, has once again filed a fresh suit at the Supreme Court seeking to halt all processes intended to retrieve the GHc51 million judgment debt wrongfully paid to him by the state. This is the sixth application he has filed since the beginning of his oral examination by the ...

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Woyome’s application against assets valuation dismissed

The Supreme Court has dismissed an application by businessman Alfred Woyome, which sought to stop the seizure and valuation of his properties by the state. The court presided by a sole judge, Justice Alfred Benin, described the application as one without merit hence his decision. The ruling by the court paved way for the state to continue with the valuation ...

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Woyome files motion to stop valuation of his assets

Businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome, has challenged the legality of the valuation of his assets by the state. Mr. Woyome challenged the state by filing a motion at the Supreme Court praying the court to declare the actions illegal and further halt it. According to lawyers for Mr. Woyome, the order on which the state is relying to embark on the ...

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Woyome oral examination adjourned

The oral examination of businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome, has been postponed due to the unavailability of the judge, Justice Ampah Benin. Mr. Woyome was expected to be orally examined today, Monday, October 2, by a Deputy Attorney General Godfred Yeboah Dame over his GH¢51 debt to the state. But the court has since set October 10 as the new date for the ...

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AG resumes oral examination of Woyome today

The Attorney General is expected to resume oral examination of businessman, Alfred Agbesi Woyome today [Monday], over his GHs51 million debt to the state. The Deputy Attorney-General, Godfred Dame in July began an inquiry into sources of income and assets of the businessman in order to recover the monies due to the state. The last hearing of the case at ...

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Woyome’s GH¢51m not captured in ministry’s account

The GH¢51 million judgement debt which was paid to the businessman, Mr Alfred Agbesi Woyome, is missing from the accounts of the Ministry of Finance (MoF) and the Controller and Accountant-General’s Department (CAGD), the 2016 Auditor-General’s Report has revealed. According to the report, the MoF and the CAGD failed to capture the amount in their accounts in 2016. The omission ...

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