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POLITICS

His Ex-Gratia Was Ghc4 Million; He Also Retired On Salary: Top Supreme Court Judge ‘Exposed’ Again

The popularly known Ghanaian politician and member of the NDC has recently done the unexpected after he boldly expressed massive disappointment in the Akufo Addo administration aside from exposing another top Supreme Court Judge over the most anticipated Ex-gratia saga. Speaking in a recent interview on the most anticipated “Good Morning Ghana” show on Metro Television, Dr. Randy Abbey argued that, Article 71 highlighting the payment of the controversial Ex-gratia should be reconsidered or otherwise.

  2 months ago ago
His Ex-Gratia Was Ghc4 Million; He Also Retired On Salary: Top Supreme Court Judge ‘Exposed’ Again

JUSTICE

Appeal Court Orders Pastor Who Allegedly Imposed Himself As A President To Pay Ghc 15,000.00 Cost.

The Court of Appeal in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region presided over by Justice A.M.Domakyaareh (Mrs) together with her two other Coram Justices, Alex B Poku-Acheampong and S K A Asiedu JJA have ordered a Kumasi based pastor Micaiah Addai, to pay a sum of Ghc 15,000.00 been cost against him over a protracted church letigation brought against him by appeallants Elder Enoch Ofori and three others.

  2 months ago ago
Appeal Court Orders Pastor Who Allegedly Imposed Himself As A President To Pay Ghc 15,000.00 Cost.

JUSTICE

Judge fumes over the imprisonment of an innocent man, police gives flimsy excuses

The police administration has been asked by an Appeal Court Judge to investigate why a man found to have committed no crime and therefore freed by a court should out of sheer wickedness be dumped in prison for close to five years. Justice Angelina Mensah-Homiah, said there needed to be answers – anybody responsible for the unjust treatment should not get away with their act of injustice.

  9 months ago ago
Judge fumes over the imprisonment of an innocent man, police gives flimsy excuses

CAREER-JOBS

Majority And Minority In Parliament Both Agree To A Possible Substantial Increase In Salary.

There are few moments in Parliament where the majority and minority both agree on a thing without long deliberations. One of such moments is when they are discussing issues concerning their welfare or salaries. The parliament today are deliberating on a possible increase in salary from GH₵ 14,000 to GH₵ 21,000. According to the minority leader, Hon. Haruna Iddrisu, the public must appreciate the work of the members of parliament because it has no security of tenure. He said this because some people give

  1 year ago ago
Majority And Minority In Parliament Both Agree To A Possible Substantial Increase In Salary.

CULTURE

Brief History of Justice Gertrude Torkornoo

Her demeanor and charisma in law matters is just exceptional.  When the government of Ghana was searching for judges to preside over affairs in the highest court of the land, her exquisite personality, coupled with her rich expertise and experience in the law, made her one of the best candidates for the job.  The former Appeal Court Judge is also a top-notch author, and has authored many books, academic essays, articles, presentations, poems and plays. Background Information Born on September 11, 1962 in Cape

  1 year ago ago
Brief History of Justice Gertrude Torkornoo

BUSINESS

GN Savings and Loans Bank wins Appeal Court case

GN Savings which lost its license to operate in the Ghanaian banking industry may soon be back to work as the Court of Appeal on Monday June 22, 2020 has dismissed an appeal by the highest bank, Bank of Ghana BoG's case which challenges the jurisdiction of the High Court ruling which was ruled in favor of GN Bank over the BoG's unlawful way it used to take back the GN Savings banking license.  The Bank of Ghana BoG argued in its appeal that the High Court had no jurisdiction to hear the case in the first p

  2 years ago ago
GN Savings and Loans Bank wins Appeal Court case

JUSTICE

I Have Been Renting For 8 Years While My Ex-wife Is Occupying My 7 Bedroom House -Odartey Lamptey

Former Ghanaian footballer, Odartey Lamptey, has admitted that he's been a tenant for eight years even though he owns houses in Accra. The reason for this is the prolonged legal battle that exists between him and his former wife, Gloria Appiah. Even though she was ordered by the Accra High Court to receive alimony, a car, and GHC200,000 in 2017, she is still living in his seven-bedroom apartment at East Legon.

  1 year ago ago
I Have Been Renting For 8 Years While My Ex-wife Is Occupying My 7 Bedroom House -Odartey Lamptey