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Mr. Anokye Frimpong further stated: ‘One of the court clerks drew the attention of the judge to the fact that the Attorney General had been served as far back as June 23, 2013, meaning we have satisfied the mandatory three days.’
He explained that the bailiffs had rather ‘not filed the proof of service at the court and also brought it late when the court was sitting.’
Court Order Disobeyed Prophet Nkansah incurred the wrath of the judge after he (Nkansah) had prevented the applicant, one Mrs. Obe, from enforcing the substantive judgement she had won against him.
The conviction was based on the fact that after bailiffs had executed the judgement in favour of the applicant by locking up shops wrongfully erected on her land at Bubuashie, a suburb of Accra, Prophet
Nkansah organised his boys to re-open the shops and prevented the applicant from repossessing her property.
In convicting the 2008 presidential candidate of the NVP, the court said it had noted Prophet Nkansah’s arrogance and lack of remorse for his conduct.
The trial judge, however, said he had considered the passionate plea for leniency by the accused person’s counsel to temper justice with mercy and accordingly handed him the six-month jail term.
The NVP presidential hopeful is currently standing trial for myriad offences including robbery, at the Accra Circuit Court One.
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BY Jeffrey De-Graft Johnson
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