Photos of Woyome’s plush buildings up for sale pop up on the internet

Photos of Woyome’s plush buildings up for sale pop up on the internet

The luxury apartments of embattled businessman, Alfred Agbesi Woyome which have been put up for auction by the state has surfaced on the internet.

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Online news portal, Theghanareport.com, visited the location of the properties at Trassaco Valley inside East Legon in Accra and has shared photos.

The Supreme Court in June 2019, ruled and ordered the Attorney-General to sell some properties belonging to Mr. Woyome to defray the GH¢47.2m debt owed the state.

Photos of Woyome’s plush buildings up for sale pop up on the internet

Alfred Woyome's Trassaco Valley apartments in Accra. Source: Theghanareport.com
Source: UGC

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The Daily Graphic on December 2, 2019, published a notice of auction, detailing the location of the residential properties belonging to the NDC financier.

According to the publication, the sale of the executive residential properties comes off on December 20 and 31, 2019 respectively.

Photos of Woyome’s plush buildings up for sale pop up on the internet

Woyome's Trassaco Valley property up for sale. Source: Theghanareport.com
Source: UGC

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Mr. Woyome, in 2009, unlawfully accessed a judgment debt of ¢51.2m from the state. The money was paid to the businessman during the tenure of the late president Mills.

But the Supreme Court in 2014, ruled that he refunded the GHC51.2m judgment debt payment since it was wrongfully paid to him.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that some aggrieved rotational Diploma Nurses and Midwives are unhappy with the government, having gone nine months without receiving their allowances.

The rotation nurses and midwives began their twelve months mandatory rotation in April 2019 after being verified by the Nurses and Midwifery Council.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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