FRANCIS KWARTENG ARTHUR
V.
GHANA TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY LIMITED AND 4 OTHERS

(2021) JELR 109047 (HC)    
High Court  ·  GJ 0855/2020 ·  22 Jul 2021 ·  Ghana
CORAM
HER LADYSHIP REBECCA SITTIE (MRS)
Core Terms Beta
applicant
law
personal information
administrative justice
st respondent
rd respondent
4th respondent
national security
2nd respondent
applicant's personal information
fundamental human rights
public safety
service provider
applicant's case
applicant's fundamental human rights
attorney general
president's directive
th respondent
roaming files
advice of his counsel
applicant's counsel
applicants' personal information
communication network operators
communication technology
enjoyment of the said rights
following reliefs
limited set of conditions
mobile money transfer data
network subscriber
provision of communication services
public body
rd july
said e.i.
sole purpose
stated aim
statutory body
telecommunication services

RULING 


The Applicant, Francis Kwarteng Arthur, a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court  of Ghana filed a Motion on Notice on 6th April, 2020 for an Order of Interlocutory  Injunction and on the 30th July, 2020 by an Amended Originating Motion with leave of  the Court dated 23 rd July, 2020 under Order 67 of CI 47 and the inherent jurisdiction of  the High Court, prayed for the following reliefs: 

a. A declaration

 That by procuring or causing the 3 rd Respondent, the 4th Respondent or another person  to procure the Applicant's personal information from the 1 st Respondent or the 2 nd  Respondent without following laid down law or procedure or without the Applicant's  consent, the President and the Government have violated, are violating or are likely to  violate the Applicants fundamental human rights to administrative justice, to privacy or  to equality or non-discrimination: 

 That by implementing or intending to implement the President's directive in E.1 63 to  procure the Appl…

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