GH¢7.2m Compensation Paid To Bogoso Property Owners

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However, he said Mr. Awusi had been able to prove that by February 13, 1989 he had been transferred to the Nsawam Medium Security Prison and could not have been involved in the flogging of the prisoner, but in spite of the alibi, the Prison authorities refused to reinstate him.

Mr. Hayibor said Mr. Awusi then instructed them to pursue the case in court where he was awarded ¢50 million (GH¢5,000) plus ¢3 million (GH¢300) cost on May 27, 2004.

He said even though the compensation awarded Mr. Awusi was paltry, he (claimant) ‘had Ghana at heart and decided not to seek an appeal when we tried to file the process.’

An Associate of Lexcom Chambers, Kwabena Sarfo-Mensah whom the Commission subpoenaed over the Ghana Telecom versus Telecom Malaysia transaction, also testified.

He told the Sole-Commissioner that they were only external solicitors for Ghana Telecom and were working on retainer matters.

‘When the dispute arose we could not have acted as solicitors for Ghana Telecom because we were their consultant when they were working together with Telecom Malaysia,’ he said.

By William Yaw Owusu
 
 
 

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