- Two interdicted directors of the Korle-Bu hospital have gone to court to challenge the appointment of new people to fill their positions
- The two, Bright Kwame Korkoryie and Dr Nurudeen Mohammed, are seeking for an injunction on an advertisement of their positions as vacant
- The defendants in the suit are the Attorney General, the governing board of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital and the board chairman of the hospital.
Two interdicted directors of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital have filed a suit at the Human Rights Division of the Accra High Court to seek an injunction on the advertisement of their positions as vacant.
The directors, Bright Kwame Korkoryie and Dr Nurudeen Mohammed, in a writ summons dated November 22, 2018, are praying the court to compel the defendants to refrain from continuing with the process of revoking their employment.
The defendants listed in the suit include the Attorney General, the Governing Board of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital and the Board Chairman of the hospital.
The plaintiffs are also seeking a declaration that, the defendants’ advertisement of the vacancy of plaintiffs’ position is ultra vires and contravenes the powers conferred on them.
It would be recalled that some seven top directors of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital were recently interdicted.
The directors’ positions were then advertised in two newspapers, the Daily Graphic of Friday, October 11, 2018, under the caption ‘Appointment of Directors’ as well as the Daily Guide, though the directors were still at post.
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