Supreme Court cautions Woyome; dismisses his application for stay of execution


The Supreme Court on Tuesday cautioned embattled businessman, Mr Alfred A. Woyome, to take the court serious after it dismissed his latest application seeking a stay of execution to allow him to pay the GHȻ51.2 million while he heads to the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).

He was also praying the court to allow him to pay the money by instalment, starting with GHȻ8 million at the end of April 2016 with the rest spread within 36 months and paid quarterly.

The court, however, took exception to the fact that while Mr Ken Anku, counsel for Mr Woyome, had told the media that he was heading to the ICC for arbitration, at the same time, he was in the court seeking to tie the hands of the Attorney-General (A-G) to prevent it from attaching his properties because his client wanted to renegotiate the terms of payment.



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