This is an appeal against the Judgment of the District Court convicting the Appellant on two counts of Failing to pay Social Security Contributors contrary to Sections 63(1) (a) and 83(1) (d) of the National Pensions Act of 2008, Act 766 as well as Failing to Pay penalty on Social Security Contributions contrary to Sections 83(1) (d) and 64 (1) of the National Pensions Act.
The Appellant set out the following grounds of appeal:
The judgment could not be supported by the evidence on record.
The trial judge failed to consider and examine fully the defence of the appellant.
According to the Appellant, the trial judge erred in his interpretation of the facts in the case and this resulted in a substantial miscarriage of justice.
He contended further that the trial judge erred in rejecting Appellant’s evidence which was marked Exhibit “R” and that the said rejection of evidence prevented the Appellant from adducing evidence relevant to his defence.
The following additional grounds of appeal were …