- Attorney General's office personnel to orally examine businessman Woyome
- The examination is meant to ascertain if the businessman's property's can cover his judgment debt
Embattled businessman and political financier, Mr. Alfred Agbesi Woyome, will have yet another day in court today as he's slated to be examined by members Attorney General's office.
The oral examination of Mr. Woyome is the current government administration's move to get the businessman and financier to pay back GHC51 million unlawfully paid to him by the government, a payment government has since been trying to retrieve from Mr. Woyome.
According to a recent ruling by Ghana's Supreme Court, Mr. Woyome was to be orally examined by the Attorney General's office in order for government to ascertain if he owns property that could cover his GHC51 million judgement dept, and what he did with the money given him.
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The ruling came after the Attorney General's office filed a motion on June 2nd, asking the court to allow Mr. Woyome to be orally examined. The Attorney General's Office also filed a motion to impose a charging order on all the shares owned by the businessman. A motion the court also grated.
SOme of the companies affected by the charging order are Anator Holding Company Limited, AAW Management Consulting Services Limited, Green Township Security Services Company Limited, Anator Construction Company Limited, Woyome Brothers International Limited and Stewise Anator Company Limited.
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