Judgment Debt Martin Amidu withdraws suit against Woyome

Mr. Amidu made the application at the Supreme Court on Wednesday and was granted by sole judge Justice Enin Yeboah.

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Citizen Vigilante Martin Amidu has withdrawn his application seeking to examine businessman Alfred Woyome over the delay in the repayment of the judgment debt he received.

Mr. Amidu made the application at the Supreme Court on Wednesday February 8, 2017 and was granted by sole judge Justice Enin Yeboah.

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In his oral application for withdrawal Martin Amidu cited the assurances by the Akuffo Addo led government and the new Attorney General to retrieve the money.

Martin Amidu in November 2016 went to the court where he was granted the permission to examine Alfred Woyome on why he had delayed paying the 51million cedis despite a court order to do so.

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