Embattled businessman, Alfred Agbesi Woyome, has hit hard at his detractors arguing that Ghana is likely to pay him a lot more judgement debts by the end of his trial.
Woyome in an interaction with the press in Accra laments that the protracted legal suits against him has prevented him from working for over 5 years now.
So far, the supreme court has agreed for Ghana's former attorney general, Martin Amidu, to cross examine Woyome over the judgement debt.
The Court consequently ordered the retrieval of the said amount from Mr Woyome but the Attorney General has since managed to retrieve only GHC4 million, causing some Ghanaians to question the commitment of the AG’s office to get the money back.
“I work here and I employ people, you’ve destroyed much of the work, the businesses and everything,” he said noting that he has not worked for the last five years due to the case.
Woyome has noted that the supreme court erred in declaring the payment unconstitutional but said would not blame the Court because it was misled to arrive at such decision, which he has vowed to fight with the last drop of his blood.