(1) It is provided under Rule 54 of the Supreme Court Rules, 1996 (C.I.16) as follows:-
“54 Grounds for Review
The court may review a decision made or given by it on the ground of:
(a) exceptional circumstances which have resulted in a miscarriage of justice; or
(b) the discovery of new and important matter or evidence which, after the exercise of due diligence, was not within the Applicant’s knowledge or could not be produced by the Applicant at the time when the decision was given”.
(2) The scope of the application of the review jurisdiction has been pronounced upon by this court in a number of cases as for example in MECHANICAL LLOYD ASSEMBLY PLANT LTD. v. NARTEY [1987-1988] 2 GLR398, this court per Adade JSC held inter alia that:“The review jurisdiction is not intended as a try on by a party after losing an appeal nor is it meant to be resorted to as an emotional reaction to an unfavourable judgment”. Then in QUARTEY v. CENTRAL SERVICES CO. LTD. [1996-1997] SCG…