B. ACKAH-YENSU, JA
In the High Court (Human Rights Division) Accra, the Plaintiff/Appellant (hereinafter referred to as “Appellant”) took out a writ of summons against the Defendant/Respondent (hereinafter referred to as “Respondent”) for the following reliefs:
“(a) a declaration that the defendant’s treatment of the plaintiff amounted to a violation of the economic rights of the plaintiff guaranteed under the 1992 Constitution.
(b) a declaration that the defendant breached the provisions of the 1992 Constitution relating to administrative justice in its treatment of the plaintiff.
(c) a declaration that the defendant’s conduct was in breach of the provisions of the international legislations, rules and conventions relating to the employment of labour ratified by Ghana and made part of our law pursuant to the provisions of the 1992 Constitution.
(d) an order that the defendant pays compensation to the plaintiff for the defendant’s breach of the constitutional rights of the plaint…