Businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome has sued some individuals and media houses for inciting public disaffection and disdain against him.
Lawyers of the businessman say, their client’s acquittal of all wrong doing in relation to the award of a 51.2 million wrongfully paid him by the state in judgment debt, the individuals are still making comments casting him in negative light and portraying him as a criminal.
The individuals mentioned in the suit are Anthony Karbo of the New Patriotic Party, Kwaku Baako Editor-in-Chief of the New Crusading Guide and Nana Akomea, communications director of the NPP.
The notice of intention sighted by Pulse.com.gh read:
“It has come to our attention that, notwithstanding the legal effects of judicial decisions involving the High court and Court of Appeal, a number of individuals including Kwaku Baako of the New Crusading Guide, Nana Akomea, Anthony Karbo and the New Patriotic Party, Daily Guide and Peace FM of the Despite Limited have overtly or covertly, directly or indirectly, deliberately or intentionally excoriated and denigrated the person of Alfred Woyome for the sole purpose of scandalizing the superior courts of Ghana.”
Lawyers of the businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome also wished to sound a stern warning to all individuals who intend to make comments or take similar actions that will defame, denigrate or insight the public against their clients.
About a month ago, Alfred Agbesi Woyome and his family were verbally attacked by a member of the public at the Achimota Mall in Accra where they were having a meal. Eye witnesses reported that the attacker demanded to be paid the 51.2 million Ghana Cedis Alfred Agbesi Woyome was wrongfully paid in the judgement debt saga.