A Contempt Application filed against Member of Parliament,(MP), for North Tongu Constituency, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has been dismissed by the High Court in Accra.

This was after the court presided over by Justice Charles Gyenfi Dankwa ruled that the application was flawed with inconsistencies with the applicant unable to prove beyond reasonable doubt the elements of contempt.

Secretary to the Board Trustees of the National Cathedral, Kwabena Adu Gyenfi also known as Rev Victor Kusi Boateng filed the application after the MP was alleged to have snubbed an injunction application that bars him from his crusade on cathedral matters.

A cost of GHc10,000 was awarded against the applicant in favour fd Okudzeto Ablakwa.

Ruling on the application on Tuesday, May 2, the Court said there was no prove of service on the docket of the court showing that the MP was served with the processes at the first place.

The court also said, there were inconsistencies with the chronology of event as narrated by the applicant and that should inure into the benefit of the respondent.

EIB Network’s Legal Affair Correspondent, Murtala Inusah, who was in court report that, the court hold that Kwabena Adu Gyenfi and Rev Victor Kusi Boateng are two different people with two separate mothers pending the outcome of GRA investigation.

The Court also ruled that the Bailiff who was said to have served the processes was not a judiciary Service approved bailiff as per a directive issued by the CJ on November 2022.

More to come…

Source: Kasapafmonline.com/Murtala In usah