‘Obiaa Wo Ne Master’ Supreme Court Passes Ruling On Kennedy Agyapong’s Case

0
162

There was dramatization in court when Justice Daniel Mensah of the Accra High court gave his decision on a GH¢25 million contempt suit against Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong . 

Expert covert analytical Writer Anas Aremeyaw Anas documented a suit against the MP for maligning. 

Attorney for the MP implored the court to excuse the suit. 

With the court stuffed and tense, fully expecting the decision, Equity Mensah following the case was called, recognized the presence of Kennedy Agyapong and Listowell Yesu Bukarson who is the lawful agent of Anas. 

He at that point sought the consideration of the legal counselors of Agyapong and commented, “Have you heard the most recent melody around”? Mr Agyapong’s attorney asked, “My Master, which melody”? Equity Mensah stated, “Obiaa wo ne ace”. The court immediately detonated into chuckling. 

Mr Agyapong’s legal advisor, stunned, reacted, “My Ruler, it’s an old melody” which quickly left allies of both the offended party and respondent giggling their lungs out. 

Peruse the full story initially distributed on October 14, 2017 on GhanaWeb 

Accra High court Judge, Equity Daniel Mensah a week ago started unconstrained giggling in court, before giving his decision in an application brought before it by Individual from Parliament (MP) for Assin Focal, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong imploring it to excuse a GH¢25 million maligning suit against him by Expert covert analytical Writer Anas Aremeyaw Anas . 

With the court pressed and strained, fully expecting the decision, Equity Mensah following the case was called, recognized the presence of Hon. Kennedy Agyapong and Mr. Listowell Yesu Bukarson who is the lawful agent of Anas. 

He at that point sought the consideration of the attorneys of Hon. Agyapong and commented, “Have you heard the most recent melody around”? Hon. Agyapong’s legal counselor asked,” My Master which melody”? Equity Mensah stated, “Obiaa wo ne ace”. The court quickly detonated into chuckling. 

Hon. Agyapong’s legal counselor stunned, reacted, “My Ruler, it’s an old tune” which quickly left allies of both the offended party and respondent giggling their lungs out. 

Equity Mensah at that point continued to give his decision and in his decision declined the application by the Assin Focal MP, Agyapong. 

The court likewise held that the writ recorded by Anas doesn’t in any capacity abuse the protected privileges of Mr. Agyapong as no significant legitimate focuses have been raised to prove that guarantee. 

Mr. Agyapong guaranteed that the wearing of a cover and the camouflage of his character penetrated his protected rights under article 33 of the Constitution. 

Hon. Agyapong had recorded the application looking to excuse Anas’ claim on the premise that the writ was inept; that it didn’t reveal Anas’ location, that even the location gave by Anas was not his location and he didn’t live there lastly that the writ penetrated his protected right personally. 

The pro insightful writer recorded the suit against the MP after the last trying to prevent Anas from broadcasting the narrative “Number 12,” which nitty gritty defilement in Ghana football, made claims of tax avoidance, intrusion of protection, shakedown.