Court dismisses Kusi Boateng’s contempt case against Ablakwa

Story: News Desk

The High Court has dismissed the contempt case against North Tongu MP Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa.

According to the court, the evidence presented by the plaintiff, Victor Kusi Boateng is fraught with inconsistencies and doubt. 

It added that the contempt application, therefore, failed to meet the legal standard of proof beyond a reasonable doubt.

NDC’s General Secretary, Fifi Kwetey speaking shortly after the ruling said the case was an exercise in futility. 

According to the former Ketu South MP, it was an attempt to stop the truth. 

“We were absolutely in no doubt at all. We knew that the truth will definitely prevail. It was clearly an exercise in futility. It was a waste of everyone’s time and attempt to stop what we knew was the truth. 

“It is sad that the country has been reduced to this as people who are actually doing what is right have to be put through this,” he said. 

A motion filed by Rev Kusi Boateng, Secretary to the Board of the National Cathedral sought to have the North Tongu MP, Mr Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa restrained and imprisoned for allegedly kicking court documents. 

Rev Kusi Boateng, also known as Kwabena Adu Gyamfi, in a contempt summons on Tuesday, February 7, said: “I am informed by my Counsel and verily believe same to be true that this Honourable Court has the power to commit the Respondent to prison for his conduct to protect the whole administration of justice and serve as a deterrent to other persons.”

The process follows claims that the MP kicked a writ being served on him by a court bailiff on Friday, February 3.

However, the court disagreed with the plaintiff and threw out the application. 

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