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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.
Judgment Debt C’ssioner’s Documents Destroyed in Old Parliament Fire. Parts of the old parliament House got engulfed by fire Thursday dawn. The fire started around 4am and affected the Judgment Debt Sole Commissioner’s office. Additionally, some properties in the Commissioner’s office were decimated by the blaze. The old parliament edifice opposite the Kwame Nkrumah mausoleum along the Accra High Street […]
Evidence That Societe Generale(SG) Received $19.5m From GNPC. French Bank Societe Generale was indeed a recipient of the sum of US$ 19,500,000.00 in full and final settlement of GNPC’s indebtedness to the bank as a result of a hedging transaction the two entities (SG and GNPC) had entered into between October 1996 and July 1998, the New Crusading Guide reports.
Former GNPC Boss Admits Erring In Ordering Sale of Drillship. A former CEO of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC), Amos Ofori Quaah, has admitted erring in selling the state company’s drillship without the blessings of a board at the time of the sale. Ofori Quaah told the Judgment Debt Commission on Wednesday that there was not board to sanction […]
AG’s Department Reveals Over-payment Of Judgement Debt. The Attorney General’s Department (AG) on Tuesday has revealed at the Judgment Debt Commission that State did over-pay to four individuals who accused the Police of wrongful arrest and torture. According to an Auditor’s General report available to the Commission, four individuals namely Abdul Muziz, Davis Kakra Mensah, Davis Panyin Mensah and Philip […]
Create, Loot And Share: Real Degraders Of Ghana. By now, it should be clear to all that the real degraders of Country Ghana are not (repeat NOT) the poor, socially and economically insignificant so-called ‘galamseyers’ (small-scale illegal miners), but the privileged ‘white-collar’ workers in various positions in state and private employment.
Judgment Debt Saga: Betty Mould Very Aggrieved. Former Attorney General Betty Mould-Iddrisu, according to her Lawyer Nana Ato Dadzie, “feels very much aggrieved” over the numerous allegations hurled at her in relation to the payment of certain controversial judgment debts coupled with clamours for her arrest over the same payments. “Can you imagine my client…feels very much aggrieved that there […]
Martin Amidu Tells Gov’t: I Named Ministers Involved In Judgement Debt Payments. Former Attorney General, Martin Amidu, is challenging government to prove that he failed to name people behind the payment of huge sums of illegal judgement debts. Mr. Amidu in response to a statement by a Deputy Minister of Information and Media Relations, Murtala Mohammed noted that the treatment which […]
Kwadwo Mpiani: I Never Abrogated Isofoton Contract. Former Chief of Staff in the Kufuor administration has refuted repetitive claims that he personally and unilaterally abrogated a contract awarded to Spanish company Isofoton S.A to provide solar energy services for Ghana. The allegations surfaced for the umpteenth time following the Ghanaian Supreme Court’s Friday unanimous ruling describing as illegal, the payment […]
Martin Amidu Wins Again: Isofoton To Refund $325,497 to Ghana. The Supreme Court has ordered Spanish company Isofoton SA to return to the Government of Ghana an amount of GH¢325,497 it received as judgment debt. The Supreme Court delivered the ruling on Friday after the case was brought against the Spanish company, by former Attorney General Martin Amidu. The former […]
Martin Amidu Asks Deputy AG, Dominic Ayine To Be ‘Humble’. Former Attorney General (AG) Martin Amidu has cautioned the Deputy Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Dr. Dominic Ayine not to allow his position to eat into his head to the extent that he “may think that he can insult former senior Ministers who have paid their dues to the […]