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Accra High Court Extends Injunction Against The GFA And Puts The Registrar Of Companies In Charge Of Its Assets

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The Accra High Court has extended for a period the injunction placed on activities of the Ghana Football Association sought by the Attorney General’s Department.
The AG applied for the injunction to be put in place to prevent the FA from making moves whilst the court case seeking to dissolve it had yet to be determined.

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Former COCOBOD CEO Stephen Opuni, Who Approved Lavish Contracts, Charged By AG's Office For Fraud, Money Laundering And Causing Financial Loss To The State

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The attorney General’s department has levelled numerous charges against former head of COCOBOD, Dr Stephen Opuni, in a sweeping indictment.
The 27 charges, laid before an Accra High Court today March 14th, accuses the former administrator and a co-conspirator, Alhaji Seidu Agongo, of conspiring to cause financial loss to the state

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Supreme Court Throws Out Woyome Appeal

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Alfred Woyome

The Supreme Court of Ghana has thrown out the case brought by Alfred Agbesi Woyome calling for a decision for him to be orally examined by the Attorney General to be overturned.
Woyome argued that they’re seeking a review of the judge’s ruling granting the application thus the oral examination should be halted until the review’s complete.

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Attorney General Drops Case Against Delta Force Members Who Invaded Court Due To ‘Lack Of Evidence’

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Seems like a lot of President Akufo-Addo’s committment to the ‘rule of law’ is nothing but lip service, as the Delta Force members who rushed a Kumasi court to aid the escape of their fellow members are walking off scot-free.

Invading a court in the full glare of a judge and police officers seems like an open and shut case, but not according to our Attorney General, Gloria Akuffo.

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Togbe Afede XIV Issues Statement On Suit Against Ghana Army

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The office of the Agbogbomefia of the Asogli State, Togbe Afede XIV, have issued a statement on the Chief’s impending suit against the Ghana Army for building a structure near his residence.

The suit, which was filed during the week, mentioned the Minister of Defence and the Attorney General as co-respondents alongside the Army – but the new statement clarifies that the former two aren’t part of the suit.

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Martin Amidu Has Officially Ditch Interest In Examining Woyome In Court

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  Attah Mills fired Attorney General, Martin Amidu who later gain the accolade as Citizen Vigilante for intensively pursuing Business Man Alfred Agbesi Woyome to refund the infamous $51m judgement debt has written to the Supreme to withdraw his suit further continue the case. READ ALSO: Minority Boycott Otiko Djaba’s Approval¬† As Gender, Children and … Read more