Martin Amidu Dismisses AG’s Help Claims In Waterville Case. Former Attorney-General Martin Amidu has expressed surprise at claims by the Attorney General’s Department that they helped him in the case against Waterville Holdings and Alfred Woyome.In a sharp rejoinder, Martin Amidu, who clearly appeared unhappy and shocked by the A-G’s office to bask in the joy of his triumph, said […]
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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.
Murtala Mohammed: Gov’t Will Retrieve All Judgment Debts Illegally Paid. Government has stated that it is determined to retrieve all monies unduly paid as judgment debt. The Supreme Court on Friday ordered Waterville Holdings to refund the 47million Euros paid to them by the state as judgment debt. Former Attorney General, Martin Amidu filed a suit at the Supreme Court […]
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 […]
Payment Of GH¢546,000 Stuns Judgement Debt Commission. The circumstances under which the state paid GH¢546,000 in judgement debt for a contract worth GH¢1,280 stunned the audience at yesterday’s public sitting of the Commission of Inquiry investigating judgement debt payments.
AG’s Dep’t “Cooking Cases”, Sharing Judgment Debt Monies. The Commission on Judgment Debt has expressed disappointment at the Attorney General’s Department for putting up a weak defence in a case relating to the payment of compensation on a land belonging to the Second Infantry Brigade in Kumasi.
Supreme Court Adjourns ISOFOTON SA Case. The Supreme Court presided over by Justice Datteh-Bah has adjourned to April 26, 2013 the case filed against Spanish Firm, ISOFOTON SA at the instance of the plaintiff.
Judgment Debt: GH¢4 Million Paid For Calendars. An amount of GH¢4, 009,401.62 from the Consolidated Fund has been paid to Margins Group of Companies Limited, as judgment debt although the company has no official contract with the government.
Attorney-General Says $28.5m Sweater & Socks Judgement Debt Is A Scam. The Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Mrs Marietta Brew Oppong Appiah, is challenging a purported $28.5 million judgement debt that has been awarded against the state.
More Judgment Debt! Bank of Ghana Ordered To Pay $28m. The unfavorable wind of judgment debt that has swept through the precincts of various Ministries and Agencies consuming scarce funds in the kitty seems to know no bounds as it directs its unrelenting fury this time at the Controller and Accountant General’s Department, the Divestiture Implementation Committee (DIC), and the […]
Martin Amidu: Unprofessional Media Almost Forced Me To Discontinue Isofoton SA Case. Read the Press Statement By Former Attorney General, Martin Amidu. [RELATED TO THIS ARTICLE: supreme-court-halts-payment-of-1-3m-judgment-debt-to-isofoton] I have felt so low and abused on 7th March 2013 as having been treated as a surrogate of the Attorney General or the Government in suing the Attorney General; and Isofoton S. […]