Alfred Agbesi Woyome, a business man who was involved in the GH51 million cedis judgement debt paid to him says the Supreme Court made a mistake in its ruling ordering for properties owned by him to be sold.
According to him, he will seek a review of the judgement since he will thinks it was unlawful and had incorrect facts.
The properties of Woyome has been put out for sale to recover debt. They include Anator holdings, a company, two residential buildings and a stone quarry in the Eastern region. According to the court, apart from the two buildings at Trasaco, his property at kpehe should be sold.
The state pays the debt with properties estimated at GH 20 million cedis. Out of GH 51.2million cedis, Woyme has refunded GH 4 million cedis to the state. In an interview with Citi FM, he said, I believe he sole judge erred both in facts and in law. I still have a right to review. I will exercise that right of review, he says.