AMOAKO
V.
REVEREND AKWASI AMOAKO

(2016) JELR 107485 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO: DM/00086/2015 ·  7 Jul 2016 ·  Ghana
CORAM
HAFISATA AMALEBOBA (MRS)
Core Terms Beta
parties
petitioner
respondent
marriage
reconciliation
facts
family members
ministers of god
plots of land
ground
taxi cab
terms of settlement
30th june
court
judgment
pastor
1st december
adopted son
consent judgment
court grant
custody of the adopted child
custody of the adopted child of the marriage
custody of the child of the marriage
dissolution of the marriage
evidence
exhibit a. counsel
grant of petitioner
hafisata amaleboba
marriage akwasi amoako
marriage certificate
matrimonial cause
matrimonial causes act
michel kusi adonteng
names of some pastors
only outstanding reliefs
only testimony
respondent’s attorney
said affidavit
said section
sections
separate ways
settlement
uncontroverted testimony of the petitioner
united kingdom
various efforts

JUDGMENT: 

The Wife - Petitioner issued this Petition against her husband, the Respondent  seeking the following reliefs: 

1. That the marriage be dissolved. 

2. That Respondent as financial provision and settlement pays GHC  100,000.  

3. That Respondent provides Petitioner with five (5) plots of land situate  and being at Oyarifa. 

4. Petitioner be given a taxi cab acquired in May 2015 

5. The adopted son be given to Respondent 

The ground upon which the Petitioner issued the Petition is that the marriage  has broken down beyond reconciliation. The facts averred to in support the  Petition are that the parties always have disagreements and can never agree  on issues. Further that while the Petitioner wants to settle in Ghana, the  Respondent is desirous of living in the United Kingdom. According to the  Petitioner all attempts by friends, family members, and Ministers of God to assist the parties settle their differences have proved futile, and the marriage  has broken down beyond reconcil…

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