Martin Amidu, a former Attorney-General, has withdrawn his suit to counter-examine Alfred Woyome.
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Amidu withdrew his suit at the Supreme Court in which he was seeking to examine businessman Alfred Woyome, over the delay in the repayment of the GHc 51 million judgment debt paid to him.
Amidu explained that since the Attorney-General under the new New Patriotic Party government had assured that to retrieve all judgement debts wrongfully paid to individuals, his suit would have no value.
Earlier, Mr. Amidu filed an application at the Supreme Court seeking to examine Alfred Woyome, on how he was going to pay back the money.
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Alfred Woyome was paid GHc 51 million after claiming he helped Ghana raise funds to construct stadia for the hosting of the 2008 African Cup of Nations Cup.
Subsequently, the Supreme Court in 2014 ordered Mr. Woyome to pay back the money, after Mr. Martin Amidu challenged the legality of the payments.