Supreme Court gives clearance for asset chase of Woyome

Supreme Court gives clearance for asset chase of Woyome

- Woyome has has petition against the assessment of his properties squashed

- Supreme Court has given government the power to chase after his property

- Click here for the latest stories in Ghana

The Supreme Court has turned down a petition by Alfred Woyome preventing government to chase after his properties following moves to retrieve all cash paid him by government in a judgement debt.

READ ALSO: Ghana ranks 2nd largest trafficker of cocaine in Africa

It all happened when the judge superintending Woyome’s petition described it as lacking merit.

What this means is that government now has the power to embark on a mad hunt down for the properties of Woyome so as to value and sell them off.

It has been three years since government has engaged in a legal tussle with Woyome after the wrongful payment of 51.2 million cedis to him by the erstwhile NDC government.

READ ALSO: Ghana ranks 2nd largest trafficker of cocaine in Africa

So far, Alfred Woyome has only paid four million cedis - an amount which deputy Attorney-General Godfred Dame as "paltry with remaining payments not forthcoming".

YEN.com.gh is building a platform where Ghanaians can share local news and own experiences with each other.

Witnessing an incident? Want to tell about a local problem? Know someone who is extremely talented and needs recognition?

Your stories and photos are always welcome. Send us a message via YEN’s official Facebook page.

Source: Yen.com.gh

Related news
Speaker threatened with impeachment over his "bias, dictatorial" attitude

Speaker threatened with impeachment over his "bias, dictatorial" attitude

Speaker threatened with impeachment over his "bias, dictatorial" attitude
YEN.com.gh
Mailfire view pixel