General News of Wednesday, 9 January 2013
Businessman Alfred Woyome has warned that he will challenge in court any appointment offered to North Tongu MP, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, by President Mahama.
Mr Woyome also intends using the court to foil any new appointments offered any of the former appointees who served in the Mills administration.
He had earlier warned President Mahama against appointing people connected to his 51 million Ghana cedis judgment debt saga which is currently being tried by the courts.
Mr. Woyome’s spokesperson, Kwame Tawiah, told XYZ News his boss will openly protest against any new appointments offered to “the likes of” former deputy Information Minister, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, as well as others who served in the Mills administration.
He said people like Okudzeto Ablakwa have been engaging in activities calculated at denigrating the reputation of Mr. Woyome
Meanwhile Mr Woyome has welcomed the appointment of former Deputy Attorney General Ebo Barton Oduro as first deputy Speaker of Parliament.