Former Attorney General and famed citizen vigilante Martin Amidu won a landmark victory at the Supreme Court in his case against the state and Alfred Agbesi Woyome Wednesday.
The Court ruled that Amidu can orally examine the businessman under oath before the court to attempt to divulge how the Ghc 51.2m judgement debt that he won was wasted by him.
Alfred Agbesi Woyome claims the Supreme Court have forgotten about enforcing the law and instead are spending their time persecuting him.
The embattled businessman was the subject of a Supreme Court verdict Wednesday, in which the country’s apex court ruled that former Attorney General Martin Amidu should orally examine him to determine how the Ghc 51m judgement debt he once won from the state was spent.
Editor-in-chief of the New Crusading Guide newspaper, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako, showed off some silky dance moves when the news that the Supreme Court had ruled in favour of Marting Amidu that Alfred Agbesi Woyome should be orally examined before the court.
Amidu won the judgement which would enable him to extract from the businessman to how the Ghc 51m judgement debt was spent by him – something which had prevented him from paying the money all this while despite a court ruling ordering him to pay.
Former Attorney General and famed citizen vigilante Martin Amidu has won a landmark victory at the Supreme Court in his case against the state and Alfred Agbesi Woyome.
The Supreme Court has ruled that Amidu can orally examine the businessman under oath before the court to attempt to divulge how the Ghc 51m judgement debt that he won was wasted by him.
Former Attorney General of Ghana-Martin Amidu has stated the Ghana’s Electoral Commission boss-Charlotte Osei has already rigged the upcoming December 7 general elections.
In his latest article, he states among other things that: “There can be no free, transparent and fair elections when any of the disqualified aspiring candidates and any political party sponsoring them have their names added to the ballot more than three weeks belatedly, because the Commissioner’s preferred and approved candidates would have had an unequal advantage over them in the contest for the Presidency.”
He adds: “Nobody can convince such candidates, their political parties, and supporters and the objective observer that they had a level playing field for the 7th December 2016 elections within the letter and spirit of the constitution. The Commissioner has effectively rigged the election from day one against them. I have already said elsewhere that this Commissioner was appointed with a rigging agenda. Let us as citizens defend the Constitution by watching her every step during this election.”
Former Attorney General and famed Citizen Vigilante Martin Amidu has called on the Electoral Commissioner Charlotte Osei to resign her post for the overwhelming failure of candidates to register properly for the upcoming elections.
As many as 12 candidates, including Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom and Hassan Ayariga, were all disqualified from contesting the 2016 Presidential polls after the EC discovered errors in their filing forms – a decision that has sparked a see-sawing legal battle.
Former Attorney General and Minister of Justice Martin Amidu, who became graced with the title ‘citizen vigilante’ for his willingness to take on those in power, has described the jailing of the so-called Montie 3 as unconstitutional.
According to the seasoned lawyer, the process used by the Supreme Court to hand down a sentence of contempt contravened established and laid down procedures and thus flouted the constitution of the republic.
As the Martin Amidu-Anas battle continues unabated, the third entity in the fracas has finally decided to join the party.
According to the President, government had nothing to do with the decision of Tiger Eye PI to investigate the judiciary.
When two elephants fight, they say; it is the grass that suffers.
I’m trying to figure out who the grass are in this scenario.
Two behemoths, both with a reputation for brutal honesty; it would be interesting to find out who is lying in the long run.
Former Attorney General and famed ‘citizen vigilante’, Martin Amidu- on Monday made some claims on the recent Anas investigative piece into the judiciary. Amidu claimed that the entire investigation had been commissioned by the government of the late President John Atta Mils– and that portions of the investigation had been shelved to protect some corrupt politicians.
Recently the Anas video came out and shocked us all to the marrow, as some of the things on there were just sickening.
The investigator, who has earned plaudits worldwide for similar works in the past, came in for even more adulation as the depth of the judicial corruption in Ghana was laid bare.