We are making progress with Woyome cash retrieval – Deputy Attorney General

The Deputy Attorney General who led the oral examination of businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome says the state is making progress with efforts to retrieve the GHS51.2 million.


Godfred Dame said no stone will be left unturned in the attempt to take the money given the NDC financier.


“The two adjunct dates given by the court will be sufficient to cover the broad array of issues I want to cover. I want to clearly find out from him whether he has no means of satisfying the judgment debt,” he said.


The oral examination of Mr Woyome came off Monday at the Supreme Court in which the Deputy AG explored how the businessman spent the money given him. 


He also uncovered potential sources of income for the businessman which could help the state recover the over ¢50 million.


After the grilling which took more two hours, the sole judge adjourned the oral examination to October 2.



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