The Supreme Court of Ghana has ordered two banks in Accra to use all the money in Alfred Agbesi Woyome’s account to defray the GHC51.2million judgement debt he owes the state.
The judge, Justice Annin Yeboah wanted to know whether there was enough deposits in Woyome’s account that could be used to settle his indebtedness as a result of the GHC51.2million he collected from the state, as judgement debt being two percent commission for playing financial engineering role towards the construction of three stadia for the CAN 2008.
Meanwhile Obed Kabu who represented the ADB told the court that Mr. Woyome had five different accounts with the bank out of which three were foreign accounts. Below are the account numbers and the monies therein;
I. Account No - 1161010010031401 – GHC966.58
ii. Account No - 1161810010031401 – GHC29, 515.95
iii. Dollar Account No - 1163030010031401 – US$98.17 cents
iv. Dollar Account No - 1163040010031401 – US$32,779.68
v. Euro Account No - 1165030010031401 – €1, 226.72
These are the deposits in the account as of April 14, 2016.
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On the part of the UT Bank ltd, its representative, Joseph Louis Nelson, Relationship Manager, said that Mr. Woyome had opened two accounts, comprising cedi and dollar accounts and also gave out the following statement of account to the court:
i. Cedi Account - No - 0111206857017 GHC1,008.70
ii. Dollar Account – No - 1071206857027 - US$223.08 as of April 11, 2016