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G/SGT AHMED W.K. NUMEKEVOR
V.
THE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE AND THE ATTORNEY GENERAL

(2021) JELR 109049 (HC)    
High Court  ·  BMISC/990/2014 ·  17 Nov 2021 ·  Ghana
CORAM
KWEKU T. ACKAAH-BOAFO, J

Ratio Decidendi

Core Terms Beta
plaintiff
lord
evidence
station diary
district officer
kwahu praso
adjudicating officer
new date
service enquiry
witness statement
1st defendant
cross-examination
plaintiff’s evidence
police service
case of the plaintiff
further answer
inspector daniel kwayisi kwapong
duty post
main issues
supreme court
witness statements
above facts
ahmed w. k. numekevor
background facts
copy of the said document
date of reinstatement
filed witness statement of june
following day
follow ups
further evidence of the plaintiff
lance corporal christopher agbolosoo
mr. alex kwame safo-adu
notice of proceedings
plaintiff’s pleadings
police officer
police signals
position of the defendants
signal of the death
sole witness
stated provisions
tendering of the said exhibit
trite law

JUDGMENT 


i. Introduction: 

[1] Ahmed W. K. Numekevor was recruited by the Police Service in December 1989. He  served as a police officer for over twenty years and became a Sergeant in the Ghana Police  Service. Due to sequence of events that started in about February 2009, when he was  stationed at Kwahu Praso in the Eastern Region, General Sergeant Numekevor’s  employment was terminated by the Ghana Police Service. General Sergeant Numekevor  alleges that his termination/dismissal was unlawful because his right to be heard was  violated and therefore, prays for an order of reinstatement and for the payment of all his  salary arrears from 2009 till date of reinstatement. The position of the Defendants, in  particular the 1st Defendant is that the Plaintiff absented himself from duty from January  21, 2009 and only resurfaced at his duty post in or around June 2009. The Defendants  contend that the Plaintiff was charged with misconduct and was offered the opportunity  to defend himsel…

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