This is an appeal brought on behalf of the plaintiff/appellant, upon four grounds of appeal, to be dealt with in detail in due course. It is a straightforward appeal which, in our humble opinion, is devoid of any merit whatever.
The facts leading to this appeal are simple. In February, 2007, the plaintiff/appellant which was not trading in buttons, had won a contract bid for the supply of buttons to customs, Excise, and Preventive services [CEPS]. Plaintiff/Appellant was therefore introduced to the 1st Defendant/Respondent in that matter, and the 1st Defendant/Respondent agreed to supply the Plaintiff/Appellant with such buttons on credit.
The further agreement between the parties, which is not in dispute, is that the Plaintiff/Appellant was to pay the 1st Defendant/Respondent for the goods, as soon as CEPS paid the Plaintiff/Appellant.
Now, upon this agreement, the 1st Defendant/Respondent supplied the Plaintiff/Respondent with the required buttons, at the price of ¢251,54…