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Judgment debt Woyome's motion to stop Amidu from oral examination adjourned

The adjournment according to Justice Enin Yeboah is due to the late service of the application and also to give a fair hearing to all parties so no one will feel persecuted 

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Mr Martin Amidu, Alfred Woyome play

Mr Martin Amidu, Alfred Woyome

The hearing of an application by business man Alfred Woyome seeking to stay proceedings of the court where he is expected to be examined by citizen vigilante Martin Amidu has been adjourned.

According to the judge Justice Enin Yeboah, his decision was due to the late service of the application on both the Attorney General and Martin Amidu. He further added that he wanted to give a fair hearing to all parties so no one will feel persecuted as claimed by Woyome. 

Read more: Woyome heads to court to stop Amidu's oral examination

Woyome yesterday filed two processes, one seeking for a review of the ruling granting Amidu's request to examine him and second seeking to stay proceeding pending the determination of the review.

The processes today hindered the cross examination of Woyome by Amidu over the refund of the judgment debt paid him.

Related: Supreme Court erred in allowing Amidu to examine me - Woyome

The case has been adjourned to December 1, 2016.

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