Okyenhene Challenged To Prove Defamation


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The defendants argued that ‘various receipts emanating from the Office of the Okyenhene and given to persons carrying out mining activities exist’. Ordinary meanings

They challenged the Okyenhene to prove how the publication had lowered his reputation in the estimation of right thinking members of the society or how the publication exposed him to public ridicule, odium and contempt.

Responding to the plaintiff’s claim that the story was accentuated by malice, the defendants argued that the claim was ‘hollow, untenable and speculative at best and constitutes a vain and futile attempt to justify the claim.’ No cause of action

The statement further held that the plaintiff’s writ and claim were extravagant, tenuous and misconceived because they disclosed no cause of action against the defendants, who it said were only performing their duty to inform and convey the sentiments and comments of individuals and organisations to other members of the public.

According to the defendants, they are constitutionally mandated to publish interviews and press releases.

Source: Daily Graphic.com.gh

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