The respondent herein was the plaintiff in the trial High Court. He sued the appellant herein who was his employer as defendant, claiming three (3) major reliefs plus other ancillary ones. The major reliefs were:
i. a claim for the liquidated sum of GHc327,486.47, which he described as outstanding balance of arrears of unpaid salaries and allowances during the period of plaintiff’s wrongful interdiction and voluntary retirement package;
ii. interest on the said sum from 26thSeptember 2011 till date of payment and;
iii. damages for wrongful interdiction. The ancillary reliefs were:
iv. An order to set aside a purported re-imposition of plaintiff’s earlier wrongful interdiction and;
v. a declaration that plaintiff lawfully and effectively retired from defendant’s employment upon the attainment of fifty-five (55) years on 24/12/2012.
Plaintiff lost in the trial High Court but on appeal, the Court of Appeal reversed the decision of the trial High Court and entered …