If I lose case at Africa court, I will pay my ¢47.2m debt-Woyome

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Embattled businessman Alfred Woyome who is contesting the state’s action to retrieve a 47.2m debt says he is ready to cooperate if he loses the case at an Africa court.

The African Court on Human and People’s Rights, based in Arusha, Tanzania is expected to deliver its judgement Friday 10am, determining if his human rights have been abused in a 2010 judgement debt saga.

Already, he has lost the case at the Supreme Court which ordered Thursday, that the state goes ahead to auction listed assets valued at ¢20m to defray the debt.

But speaking on JoyNews’ Upfront, the businessman who has been busy battling the state in court since 2012 indicated he will lay down the avenues of court and now pay up.

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Source: abcnewsgh.com

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