GHAMRO Court Saga: Carlos Sakyi, Others File Motion To Set Aside Execution Of Court Ruling

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The defendants, John Mensah Sarpong, Carlos Sakyi, K.K Kabobo, Kwasi Agypong, Daniel Adjei, Amanzeba Nat Brew, Okraku Mantey and Jonathan Kaakraba who are also board members of GHAMRO, filed notice of stay of execution.

But after the ruling, the plaintiffs broke into the offices of GHAMRO and changed all the locks which, according to the defendants, is unlawful.

The matter according to defendants’ statement of claim was reported to the Ghana Police Service on July 12, 2014 because the said execution was carried without the officials of the honourable court.

The statement of claim said that the defendants were advised and verily believe that the execution carried out by the plaintiffs is unwarranted by law, illegal and ought to be set aside.

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