The Supreme Court has in a unanimous selection dismissed a scenario submitted by the Dynamic Youth Movement of Ghana (DYMOG) tough CHRAJ’s findings relating to government’s issuance of a bond.
The team experienced contended that CHRAJ overstepped its restrictions in the controversial 2.25 billion-greenback Eurobond issued to Franklin Templeton.
DYMOG sued the Commission for clearing the Finance Minister of the allegation of conflict of desire in relation to the issuance of the bond.
The group claimed that CHRAJ, in examining a petition on the controversial bond, resolved to make some assertions on the make any difference that are ‘totally’ out of context thereby infringing the provisions of the 1992 constitution.
DYMOG in their lawsuit contended that the Finance Minister in issuing the $2.25 billion bond to Franklin Templeton positioned himself in a conflict of curiosity predicament since a person of the administrators of the US-dependent investment group Trevor Trefgarne was also a director of a organization, Organization Insurance policies, owned by the Minister.
Among the the reliefs the team sought consist of, “(a) declaration that by likely further than investigations to make a pronouncement (of guilty or in any other case) on the 1st Defendant in regard of the allegation of breach of conflict of interest, the 2nd Defendant has contravened Post 287 of the 1992 Constitution.
The 7 member panel comprising Chief Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah and Justices Dotse, Baffoe Bonnie, Appau, Pwamang, Amegatcher and Prof Kotei held the circumstance was without the need of merit. Reasons had been not provided for the selections as the courtroom said the full judgement will be obtainable tomorrow.