Judgment Debt Saga Takes A New Twist. For about a year or so, Ghanaians have been inundated with news about how individuals and companies were paid huge sums of money from state coffers in what has been termed as judgment debts. Notable among them were payments made to CP (€94 million) and the never-ending case of GH¢51.2million given to the […]
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Martin Amidu and Alfred Woyome In Court. An eight-member panel of the Supreme Court, presided over by Justice Samuel Kofi Date-Bah, has indefinitely adjourned the case in which former Attorney General, Martin Amidu is contesting the judgement debt paid to businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome.
Alfred Woyome: I will never disrupt the 2012 Elections. Business magnate, Mr. Alfred Agbesi Woyome has distanced himself from public rumours and allegations that, in his opinion, are creating the impression he is involved in efforts aimed at preventing the Volta Region from exercising their franchise in the December polls.
Gov’t Had No Business With Woyome Kwaku Agyemang Manu, a former Deputy Minister for Finance, yesterday told an Accra Fast Track High Court, Financial Division, that the National Democratic Congress (NDC) financier and businessman, Alfred Agbesi Woyome, was not sent by the government to source for funds for the construction of the Accra and Kumasi sports stadia.
Albert Kan Dapaah Angry Over Attorney General’s Snub The Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee of parliament, Albert Kan Dapaah has angrily described as disrespectful the refusal of the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Dr. Benjamin Kunbour, to appear before his committee.
Judgment debts: Mahama to swear-in Sole Commissioner President John Dramani Mahama will be swearing in a Sole Commissioner at the seat of government today to investigate the issue of judgment and settlement debts that have plagued Ghana. The Sole Commissioner will thoroughly examine the judgment debt and negotiated settlements conundrum and recommend for immediate implementation, legislative and systems remediation, a […]
The highly-anticipated explosive banter that most members of the public had expected following the decision by businesman Alfred Agbesi Woyome to finally appear before the Public Accounts Committee to explain circumstances under which he was paid 51 million cedis judgement debt in 2010, failed to happen. The businessman refused to give any evidence on the controversial judgement debt payment and […]
Embattled Businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome will finally appear before the Public Accounts Committee tomorrow, Wednesday September 12, to answer questions on the GH¢52 million judgment debt saga. Aide to Mr. Woyome, Kwame Tawiah in an interview with XYZ News confirmed that Mr Woyome would make the appearance after turning down earlier invitations to appear before the committee. Mr. Woyome who […]
President John Dramani Mahama has vowed to crack the whip on all persons who were compromised in the string of controversial judgment debts paid under suspicious circumstances. Chief among these judgment debts were those paid under the tutelage of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) amounting to a whopping GH¢900 million since 2009, including the GH¢51.2million paid to businessman and […]