WOYOME : I DASHED GH ¢54 MILLION TO GHANA

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He said he explained that he could not accept the 2% again because based on that percentage, he took loans from two local banks to pay off other consultants in America for the services they rendered in the financial engineering through syndication of funds at the New York Stock Exchange for Bank Austria. He explained that the loans contracted from the local banks had accrued interest therefore the 2% was no longer adequate.

‘I also explained and showed evidence that I had lost a property along the Potomac river in the US and therefore the two per cent will not help me defray my costs and pay the banks so my position has changed.’

He said after further discussions with the A-G, he and his lawyers agreed to forego to the state GH¢54 million of the amount due him. The A-G signed the agreement entered into on behalf of the State. This was filed at the Commercial Court stating that though the court had ruled in default judgement for him to be paid GH¢105 million, he was ready to accept over GH¢49 million with interest.

A-G’s Turn Around
Subsequently, he pointed out, they asked for the money but the A-G suddenly filed a process at the court for a stay of execution claiming everything at that stage was arrived at by ‘mistake’.’This for me was strange and was in bad faith so I agreed to contest the case.’

First Ruling In His Favour
He said before the case started, the court ruled that since the State had already agreed on a timetable to pay, and payment of the first trench, GH¢17,094,493.53, had already elapsed. This must be paid with interest before the case will be heard. The court also ruled that he, Woyome, must give an undertaking to refund the money paid him should he lost the case.

Based on that ruling, the State paid the money into his ADB account which he had given them earlier. He asserted that he quickly defrayed the debt owed the two local banks with the money.

Pre-trial Conference
Mr Agbesi Woyome said as the case continued, interest accrued on the rest of the unpaid money so the government, voluntarily, through the A-G called for a pre-trial conference at the Commercial Court and asked him and his lawyers to present a proposal to the Finance Ministry and a timetable to be agreed upon for the remainder of the principals to be paid. This, they did.

He said he later met the Minister of Finance and who asked the legal department at his Ministry to negotiate the trenches and how the amount will be paid in each trench.

He disclosed that the Ministry thereafter wrote to him and his lawyers confirming the payments and times for the monies to be paid as proposed in the trenches.

In that period, he stated, there was a cabinet reshuffle and the A-G, Mrs Betty Mould Iddrisu was reassigned to the Ministry of Education and Martin Amidu became the new Attorney-General. The negotiated amount (the principal) was however paid.

Case Adjourned
The case is adjourned to June 25 and 26.

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