- Alfred Woyome has had his case against Ghana at the ICC hit a snag
- The International Criminal Court (ICC) argues that Woyome's petition does not meet standard of investigation
Embattled business man, Alfred Woyome, has had the case he filed against Ghana at the International Criminal Court (ICC) thrown out.
According to the world's powerful criminal court, the case that Woyome filed against his country Ghana over the controversial judgement debt did not meet the standard which warrants an investigation.
YEN.com.gh had earlier reported of how Mr Woyome had threatened to sue Ghana at the International Criminal Court (ICC) following what he argued to be the unjust way by which he has been treated by the country's judicial process.
Woyome has so far been dragged to the Supreme Court by the attorney general, Gloria Akufo in what many has seen to be one of the toughest cross-examination ever since his trial began.
The complete amount of judgement debt that Woyome owes at the moment stands in excess of 51 million cedis - an amount which is documented to have been dolled out to him way back in 2010 for the construction of some stadia.
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