Businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome has been warned by the Chief Justice to pay the judgement debt he owes the state or watch as his properties gets sold to cover it.
Justice Anin Yeboah in court today warned Woyome that unless he pays up, all his properties seized by the state are going to be sold to offset his debt.
The case of Woyome is back in court as the Attorney General is seeking for the Supreme Court to transfer ownership of his properties to the state.
This is due to the fact that the state auctioneer is reporting difficulties in attempting to offload Woyome’s properties.
During his court appearance, Justice Yeboah warned Woyome: “If you have the money, pay for your properties be released back to you,”
The properties on sale include two mansions at Trassaco Estate, a house at Kpehe, an office complex of Anator Holdings, a residential building at Abelemkpe and a stone quarry, including its plants and equipment.
They are to be sold to offset the Ghc 51.2m judgement debt which Woyome has been ordered to pay back to the state.