Lawyers of banker Ernest Kwasi Nimako have filed an application at the High Court in Accra seeking for summary judgement.

Even though the substantive matter filed by former National Service Person Deborah Sayram Adablah against him has been dismissed, he believes that he has demonstrated clearly that Adablah her opponent has no real prospect of succeeding in the pending applications.

There are currently, two motions for determination – the first is a Contempt application filed on June 6, 2023 by lawyers of the banker against his foRmer lover.

While the second application which was filed by Deborah Adablah was to set aside service and execution of prohibition order filed June 15, 2023.

In Court on Thursday, February 22, lawyers of Adablah were hoping to have officers of the Ghana Police Service to appear in Court following a request for subpoena.

Mohammed Atta, Counsel for the former NSS person had told the Court that, “Based on the affidavit evidently we will like to subpoena the police case docket.”

Justice John Bosco Nabarese then directed Counsel for the Plaintiff (Adablah) to file subpoena (to the police) on time to enable the Ghana police service to appear on February 22, 2024 to testify.

But, the Police were not present in Court while Counsel for the Defendant (Mr Nimako) said they have filed an application for summary judgement.

However, lawyers of Adablah say they have not been served with the latest motion.

The return date on the motion is March 13.

But, the case has been adjourned to March 25, 2024.

EIB Network Legal Affairs Correspondent Murtala Inusah reports that, both Adablah and Kwasi Nimako were present in Court.

Source: Ghana/ Inusah