REASONS FOR JUDGMENT
WOOD (MRS.) CJ
On the 29th July, 2014, we decided this appeal in favour of the Respondent. These are the reasons for our decision in respect of the appeal against the judgment of the Court of Appeal dated 22nd May, 2008. By it, the lower appellate court affirmed in every material particular, the detailed and well-reasoned decision of the trial court. A careful reading of the judgment reveals that all the findings of fact received the appellate court’s full endorsement.
The legal position on the circumstances under which a second appellate court may interfere with the concurrent findings of fact of two lower courts, places a herculean task on the appellant, as the grounds which may justify an interference with such findings are rather limited. The following cases represent only a few of the long line of cases on this well-established legal principle which admits of no controversy. These are Achoro v. Akanfela [1996-97] SCGLR 209; Koglex Ltd (No. 2) v. Field  SCG…