Ken Agyapong ‘snubs’ court; case adjourned

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Assin Central Member of Parliament(MP) did not show up for court although reports were rife that he had been summoned by a High Court Judge for contempt.

Kennedy Agyapong was reported to have insulted and threatened a High Court judge Amos Wuntah Wuni for issuing an interlocutory injunction on him on a land dispute he is involved in.

The Assin Central lawmaker apologized for his actions which were in contravention of the laws of the country

Kennedy Agyapong did not go to the court because was not served so the court has served him through substituted service and adjourned the case for Friday, Sept 18, 2020.

The court said”That being the current state of affairs regarding the service of order to appear in court, service of the order will be made by substituted service in the following manner;

“By posting a copy of the order and the court’s summons to show cause issued on Sept 9 to be served on the said Kenneddy Ohene Agyapong to appear before this court on the notice board of the High Court, Land Division, Law Court Complex.

“By posting a copy of the order together with the hearing notice on a conspicuous part of Net 2 TV and Oman FM stations, Holywood Building, Medina Zongo Junction, Accra.”

The court said the order “shall remain posted for three days (returnable on Friday Sept 18).”

Source: Ayeh Offei-Akoto/2020

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