Woyome stops officials from valuing his residence
The Attorney General and Minister for Justice has directed the Lands Commission to move in and take over one of the residential properties of Mr Woyome located at Kpehe in Kokomlemle in Accra.
This comes on the back of the Supreme Court ruling that the Ghc51million money which Mr Woyome received from the state as a result of a judgment debt was acquired from an unconstitutional and invalid contract and should therefore be refunded.
But Mr Woyome prevented the said valuation from taking place at his residence.
He told journalists that “This is an illegality because there is a process which I showed them which the AG is aware of since March. My lawyer wrote to them today because the AG wrote and said there was no process and they attacked the process which they know about so I am wondering why they want this media drama.”
“I am not going to stand here for such things again. It will not happen again so I am serving notice. You should understand that I have had enough of this, five years is enough.I will not be provoked because I know this media thing. I still maintain that what I did by going to court was right and I encourage every Ghanaian to do that,” Mr Woyome added.
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