Alfred Agbesi Woyome, the businessman at the center of the controversial GHC51.2 million judgment debt case has been freed by an Accra High Court. He was standing trial for allegedly defrauding the state of GH¢51.2 million.
Post Tagged with: "Alfred Woyome"
Alfred Woyome To File Submission of ‘No Case’ The Financial Division of the High Court has given Alfred Agbesi Woyome up to March 17, 2014 to file his submission of ‘no case’. It also directed the state to file the necessary papers in rebuttal to the businessman’s claim that the state had failed to prove a case against him.
READ- Martin Amidu’s Review Application Against Alfred Woyome Former Attorney General, Martin Amidu filed a review application in a case he brought against business man Alfred Woyome, the Attorney General and Waterville Holdings. Although the Supreme Court ruled in his favour, Martin Amidu filed for review because he said he had come to the “conclusion that some aspects of the […]
Woyome Says Mills Never Tried Stopping Gh¢51m Judgment Debt Business man Alfred Woyome, has described as “bogus lies and fabrications”, claims that late President John Mills tried on two occasions to stop the State from paying him Ghc51m as judgment debt.
Martin Amidu: Woyome’s Judgement Debts Were Authorised Before My Tenure Former Attorney General, Martin Amidu has stated that contrary to assertions that he supervised the payment of a substantial part of the GHC 51 million paid as judgment debt to businessman Alfred Woyome, there was nothing he could have done to “stop payments of monies which were authorized before I […]
Alfred Woyome: I’ve Regretted Serving Ghana. Embattled businessman, Alfred Agbesi Woyome, says he has regretted serving Ghana although he is an investor who has the growth of the country at heart.The man, who had gained international attention owing to the contentious judgment debt he obtained from the state, was one of the Ghanaian foreign-based investors wooed by the Kufuor’s administration […]
Woyome’s Office: NPP Behaving Like “School Kids”. The Office of Business man Alfred Woyome has described the Minority in Parliament as a bunch of “school boys” who are hungry for public attention. The reaction of Mr Woyome’s Office follows a press conference held by the Minority on Wednesday asking Mr Woyome not to touch the Ghc51.2 million paid to him […]
Gov’t Retrieved 47m Euros Within The Shortest Time. Government has given the assurance that it will ensure that the 47 million Euros paid to Waterville Holdings is retrieved within the shortest possible time.The Supreme Court last week ordered Waterville Holdings to refund the 47 million Euros paid it as judgment debt by the government.
Alfred Woyome Loses Case; Waterville To Refund GHC 41m. The Supreme Court by a unanimous decision has ruled in favour former Attorney General, Martin Amidu in the suit filed against Alfred Agbesi Woyome, Waterville Holdings and Austro Invest. According to the ruling, Waterville Holdings must refund the GHC 41 million paid to them to the state. The court however ruled […]
Alfred Woyome Was Paid After Consultations With Stakeholders. The acting Chief Director of the Ministry of Justice, Mr Suleiman Ahmed, yesterday told the Fast Track High Court (Financial Division) that the money paid to the businessman, Mr Alfred Woyome, was as a result of consultations between the accused and the Attorney-General, the CAN 2008 Local Organising Committee (LOC), the Ministry […]
Alfred Woyome Kufuor’s Cabinet Deliberately Cancelled My Contract. Business man Alfred Woyome has said he has proof that the former Kufuor administration deliberately terminated a contract awarded him by the State toward constructing some stadia in Ghana ahead of the 2008 African Cup of Nations which was hosted by the country.
Alfred Woyome: Clerics Fed Me When EOCO Froze My Accounts. Business man Mr. Alfred Woyome has revealed that he was fed and given money by religious clerics and philanthropists within the two main political parties, during the period that all his bank accounts were frozen by the Economic and Organised Crimes Office (EOCO).