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Cape Coast High Court to Deliver Final Verdict on Interlocutory Injunction

The Cape Coast High Court Commercial (B) will on Wednesday, April 2, 2014 deliver its final verdict on the interlocutory injunction case involving Ernest Opoku Nti (Restoration) and 5 others including the Dean of Students and the Attorney General’s office in Cape Coast.

The presiding Judge, Justice Mrs Olivia Obeng made this known after hearing from both the counsel for the first petitioner and the counsel for the second petitioners.

TheĀ  Counsel for the first petitioner, Mr.Afenyo Martins, on his part, told the court that his client was just a mere victim of circumstance regarding the fraudulent allegations cited against him. The Counsel underscored the importance of article 33,297 and 17 of the 1992 constitution of Ghana. He quoted page (47) of the students’ hand book and a ruling by the acting chief justice of Ghana, Justice William Atuguba in the 2012 election petition to solidify his stand.

The counsels for the second petitioners prayed the court to dismiss the case to the core because it lacks merit.

It will be recalled that Ernest Opoku Nti (Restoration) was axed from d SRC presidential race after he was disqualified by the vetting committee of UCC following an alleged petition some students wrote to the vetting committee urging the committee disqualify Restoration for Using fake pay-in-slip to register and also abated some students into the same act.

Story: Enoch Acheampong
(Hu Born Dog)