TORKORNOO (MRS) , J. A:
The undisputed facts of this case are that the Appellant supplied goods on credit to the Respondent to sell in Mali. The Appellant at that time was in an amorous relationship with a gentleman called Agyeman Duah. Agyeman Duah was the 1st Defendant in this suit when it was commenced by the Respondent in the circuit court, Kumasi as suit number A2/152/2011.
The agreed facts are that, the said Agyeman Duah, presenting himself as an emissary of the Appellant, went to the Respondent in Mali and collected goods amounting to 1million CFA from the Respondent. He claimed that the goods had been sold for 900,000 CFA and the Respondent had to add another 100,000 CFA to make up the full value of the goods she had received. Respondent paid this extra 100,000 CFA. Thereafter, the Appellant demanded her money for the goods supplied and refused to be satisfied with the explanation that goods amounting to 1 million CFA had been collected by Agyeman Duah as her messenger.…