Don't sell my properties; I will pay judgement debt in bits- Woyome begs

Don't sell my properties; I will pay judgement debt in bits- Woyome begs

- The Supreme Court ordered for properties belonging to businessman, Alfred Agbesi Woyome, to be auctioned

- He however filed an application to prevent an order by the court for the sale of his properties

- He pledged to pay the money in trenches

Business mogul, Alfred Agbesi Woyome, has pleaded with the Supreme Court to suspend the sale of his properties to offset the GHS47.2 million he owes the state.

He put in writing, an application to prevent an order by the court for the sale of his properties.

Woyome pledged to immediately pay GHc10 million and pay GHc4 million every three months till he completes paying his debt to the state instead of his properties being sold to offset the debt

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The Supreme Court ordered the sale of some properties believed to belong to the embattled businessman to settle part of a GHc51.2 million judgement debt paid him about a decade ago.

According to the court, he needs to pay that amount back because he got it illegally and fraudulently.

The properties are residential facilities located at Kpehe and Trassaco Valley pegged at a minimum of GHc3.4 million and GHc8.3 million respectively.

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In other news, about 3,000 Ghanaian nurses are set to be sent to Germany through the National Youth Employment Agency’s (YEA) ‘Working Abroad’ project.

The CEO of the National Youth Agency, Justin Kodua Frimpong, made the disclosure in Accra.

He noted that Ghana will be exporting local human resource to countries that have high demand and have made requests for assistance.

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