FRANCIS OSEI- ANSAH
V.
NATIONAL VOCATIONAL TRAINING

(2016) JELR 107561 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT № IND/54/2014 ·  8 Jun 2016 ·  Ghana
CORAM
JUSTICE LAURENDA OWUSU
Core Terms Beta
plaintiff
defendant
principal accountant
termination of the plaintiff
position of principal accountant
defendant’s subsequent offer
position of head of accounts
rank of deputy internal auditor
record of proceedings
cross-examination
long time
offer of principal accountant
plaintiff’s case
tema oil refinery
witness statement
accompanying statement of claim
acting positions
amended writ of summons
better salary
case of the defendant
charge of the defendant
cross examination
date of final payment
defendant’s case
exhibit d
exhibits c series
further evidence of that fact
further finds
legal means
payment of all unpaid salaries
plaintiff claims
plaintiff’s exhibits k
plaintiff’s letter
prove of this assertion
registry of this court
restructuring exercise
said amount
structures of a company
summary of case
supreme court
tenure of employment
training centre
wrongful termination of appointment

JUDGEMENT 

By an amended Writ of Summons issued out at the registry of this Court on the  26th of February 2016, the Plaintiff claims against the Defendant as follows:

“1. A declaration that the termination of the Plaintiff’s appointment is  unconstitutional and or wrongful. 

2. General damages for wrongful termination of appointment. 

3. An order for payment of all unpaid salaries and other emoluments. 


IN THE ALTERNATIVE 

1. An order for payment of any entitlements that are found due the Plaintiff. 2. Interest on any such entitlements calculated at the current bank rate from  1st March, 2008 to date of final payment.” 

SUMMARY OF CASE 

THE PLAINTIFF’S CASE 

The Plaintiff sets out his case by an accompanying Statement of Claim to the amended Writ of  Summons, amended Reply dated 21st January, 2016, his Evidence in Chief contained in his Witness Statement filed on the 26th of October 2015 and further Witness Statement filed on the  22nd of January, 2016.

His case is that he was employed by t…

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