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Lawyers for embattled businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome are making moves to stop the latest attempt by the Attorney General to sell his residential property at Kpehe in Accra.

The AG has initiated the move to retrieve the Gh¢51 million paid to the embattled businessman as judgment debt. It follows the Supreme Court ruling that described the judgment debt as unconstitutional since Mr. Woyome did not have a valid contract with government.

A letter from the AG’s Department signed by Chief State Attorney Dorothy Afriyie Ansah directed the Lands Commission to move in to value the residential properties of Mr. Woyome.

But Mr. Woyome is questioning the action since a court is yet to rule on an earlier move by the AG to auction his other properties.

“His lawyer has issued a letter to the AG because the case is before court and they have bypassed it and served a letter on Mr. Woyome… Seriously, the AG’s office should be law abiding than any ordinary Ghanaian. We have issued a letter and let’s see how it goes,” Reginald Dogbe, spokesperson for Woyome told Starr News.


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