The Supreme Court has dismissed businessman Alfred Woyome’s motion seeking to halt his oral examination by the Attorney General.
The court on June 8 granted a request by the Ag’s department to question the businessman to understand whether he owns properties, has the means of offsetting the debt owed as well as tell the court how he spent the 51.2 million cedis paid him.
Lead counsel for the Businessman, Ken Anku argued last week that the examination be put on hold as they had filed for a review of the sole Judge’s decision granting.
This was opposed by Deputy Attorney General, Godfred Yeboah Dame who described the move as part of ploys used by the businessman to delay execution of the court’s order.
Delivering his ruling Justice Benin described the application as without basis.