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General News of Thursday, 4 June 2020


Rev. Obofuor sued over GH¢190,000 debt

Founder and leader of Anointed Chapel Palace, Rev. Kweku Agyei Antwi (Rev. Obofuor) has been sued by a Ghanaian UK-based business man, Ohene Kwame Frimpong.

In a suit filed by Charles Frimpong through his lawyers, Awoonor Law Consultancy, Ohene Kwame Frimpong who is the owner of Salt Media GH claimed that the defendant, Rev. Obofuor had failed to pay him for services he rendered after agreements between them.

Mr Frimpong, according to the writ met the defendant through one of his employees who later informed him that the Plaintiff wanted to purchase a power plant for his use.

The Plaintiff stated he delivered the Power Plant worth GH¢70,000 to the defendant together with his cousin at the defendant’s church in Achimota, Accra.

It went on further to explain that, after an assessment on the power plants, the defendant requested of the plaintiff to deliver another equipment at the same cost taking the total sum owed the plaintiff to GH¢140,000.

Frimpong averred that the defendant later requested to be supplied a transmitter at a cost of GH¢90,000 but paid GH¢40,000 as part of the cost, leaving a balance of GH¢50,000.

However, all efforts to retrieve the rest of the money proved futile as the defendant denied transacting business with the Plaintiff, to the shock of Frimpong.

The Plaintiff is therefore praying to the Accra High Court to assist him in retrieving GH¢190,000 owed him by the defendant, Rev. Obofuor.



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