Chantel Kudjawu a.k.a Gertrude Gbajo, the lady alleged as having extramarital affairs with Eugene Arhin, the Director of Communications at the Presidency, has threatened to pursue legal action against Gloria Asssan Arhin, the wife of Eugene Arhin, over what she describes as defamatory comments in Mrs Arhin’s divorce petition.
Amanda Clinton, the lawyer for Chantel Kudjawu claim that their client has denied ever engaging in the activities alleged by Mrs Arhin.
Citing Paragraph 14(a) of the divorce petition filed at the Matrimonial Court by Gloria Arhin states: “Particulars of adultery: a. The Respondent has other women in his life with whom he has extramarital affairs, including one Chantel Kudjawu (Gertrude Gbajo) whom the Respondent continues to have extramarital affairs with.”
This alleged defamatory statement, Chantel’s lawyers say, since the publication by the media last week, has attracted thousands and thousands of comments, majority of which are negative and judgemental about their client even though she has not engaged sexually with Mr Arhin.
So i thought, you should know more about the Lawyer heading her case in the law courts! So please read more:
Amanda is the Founding Partner of Clinton Consultancy and a dynamic lawyer who was called to the Bar in England and Wales thirteen years ago and the Ghanaian Bar ten years ago. Amanda is a litigation expert with extensive corporate law experience in the U.K and Ghana. As one of the most recognised commercial lawyers in Ghana, she is regularly instructed by international clients who require bespoke, timely and accurate Due Diligence Reports as well as Legal Opinions: corporate, banking, telecommunications, property & construction and energy & infrastructure. Her firm also offers public-private partnerships services to clients.
Recent her high profile cases include representing Ghana Football Association as they made formal responses to the Government of Ghana and FIFA in Zurich, Switzerland and representing different international corporate clients who invested in Ghana's largest ponzi scheme to date (Menzgold).
She regularly represents international clients in commercial matters and arbitration proceedings and her background includes legal, policy, drafting, regulatory and advocacy work. Amanda also holds an M.Sc in African Politics from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London.
Having trained as a pupil Barrister at the highly respected Pump Court Chambers in London under the training of Oba Nsugbe Q.C SAN, Amanda went on to additionally qualify at the Ghanaian Bar. Subsequently Amanda spent 3½ year as a State Attorney at the Attorney General’s Department in Ghana, where she carried out a variety of work in the newly re-established International Team and liaised with government departments on a wide range of civil matters and court cases. Amanda further represented Ghana in China to discuss maritime boundary issues with her international counterparts and contributed significantly to the settlement agreement that was reached with Kosmos in relation to a 2010 oil spill.
Amanda's strengths include her ability to interact and coordinate with a variety of stakeholders and manage simultaneous projects in a fast-paced environment whilst being discreet and professional in every circumstance. She is also analytical and possesses meticulous communication skills. Amanda is very familiar with making board-level presentations on a variety of technical, business, industry and sectoral areas and litigating on behalf of business clients.
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