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FRANK PERCY SANKAH v. PATRICIA ADUSEI-POKU & Anor.

(2020) JELR 107256 (HC)

High Court  •  HR/0033/2018  •  28 Jan 2020  •  Ghana

Coram
NICHOLAS M. C. ABODAKPI

Judgement

JUDGMENT

1. BACKGROUND

The originating motion for the enforcement of Fundamental Human Rights has been filed on 24-04-2018, pursuant to Articles 23 and 33 (i) of the constitution and order 67 of C.I. 47/04.

The facts in support can be found in the depositions of the Applicant, Frank Percy Sankah.

Respondent filed an affidavit in answer and a supplementary affidavit as well. Both sides have filed written legal submissions.

This action was not set down for hearing as required by rules of Court, namely Order 67 Rule 5 of C.I. 47/04.

But from the reliefs indorsed, the matter in contention are descernible.

The reliefs are these:

i. An order of certiorari to bring up and quash the suspension letter dated the 16th March, 2018 and the 12th April, 2018.

ii. An order of Mandamus compelling the Respondent to restore and pay the salary, benefits, arrears, allowances and all other entitlements due the Applicant.

iii. A declaration that Applicant’s rights have been infringed upon by the 1st…

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