DENNIS D ADJEI JA
The Plaintiff Respondent herein (hereinafter referred to as the Plaintiff) joined the Defendant Appellant Company (Also hereinafter referred to as the Defendant) in 1997 as Lube Bay Attendant and was promoted to the rank of Aid Service Mechanic within two years. On 26th October 1999, the Defendant served a letter of interdiction on the Plaintiff.
According to the letter of interdiction, the Plaintiff’s interdiction was to take effect from 26th October 1999. The letter of interdiction was served on the Plaintiff on that same day. The reason for the interdiction was that there was an alleged fraud and theft of the Defendants lubricants, and the Plaintiff was suspected to be one of the people involved in the crime. The interdiction letter was signed by the Project Manager of the Defendant one Geof F Stock.
On 1st September, 1999 the Plaintiff was asked by the Defendant to give a statement in connection with the alleged crime. The Plaintiff denied knowledge of the c…