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Use of Kusi Boateng, Adu Gyamfi by one person borders on criminality – Court

An Accra High Court has ruled that there is a lack of transparency and elements of criminality in the way and manner Rev. Victor Kusi Boateng is operating separately as Kwabena Adu Gyamfi.

In a summary of the court’s ruling available to GhanaWeb, beside the fact that two separate personalities are proven, it held that “the way the two identities were used does not suggest a simple case of two different names, but rather two independent and totally separate identities to conceal applicant’s dealings in a manner that was not obvious, until the investigations and publications of 1st Respondent.”

The applicant in this case was Victor Kusi Boateng who approached the court to cause the respondent (Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa) to stop making critical publications about him.

The court added: “Applicant’s assertion that the use of two names in the manner he has done is not a crime under our laws is misconceived, as the two identities were used in a pattern of duplicity depicting a lack of transparency and this conduct borders on criminality.”

Kusi Boateng, the Secretary and Board of Trustee member of the National Cathedral project, has by the ruling been dealt a second blow in his ongoing court battles with Ablakwa.

The first loss was related to an application for Ablakwa to be held in contempt of court for disrespecting the courts when he kicked a summons that was being served on the lawmaker.

Ablakwa on July 13 published portions of the summary of the court’s ruling declaring it “legal victory to the masses who have kept me resolute with their prayers and support for transparent and accountable governance.”

ghanaweb.com

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