Amidu sues AG over failure to retrieve €47m judgment debt paid Waterville

The Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu, has sued the Attorney General and construction firm, Waterville, over a €47,365,624 judgement debt in his personal capacity as a private citizen.

He wants the Supreme Court to impress on the Attorney General to comply with a judgement debt retrieval order directed at the Government of Ghana and the company in 2013.

The Supreme Court on June 14, 2013, directed the Government of Ghana to retrieve a judgement debt paid Waterville totalling €47,365,624.

Martin Amidu, a former Attorney General, who dragged Waterville to court, argued that the company had no contract with the government of Ghana but yet made claims for the payment of the money.

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