NANA BANYIN RIBERIO
COUNCIL OF GHANA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
TANKO AMADU J.A
(1) The written submission of the Defendant/Respondent in this appeal is unique though not entirely novel. It is unique because counsel for the Respondent not only supported the Appellant’s written submission, but proferred arguments in concession by arguing that the Learned Trial Judge indeed erred in her judgment and therefore the same to be set aside as sought by the Appellant. This approach by the Respondent’s counsel when they could have opted not to file any response, demonstrates academic honesty and commendable professional conduct and we wish to place same on record as such.
(2) The background facts giving rise to this appeal are not in dispute at all. By writ issued from the Industrial Division of the High Court Accra, the Plaintiff/Appellant (hereinafter referred to as the “Appellant”) sought reliefs against the Defendant/ Respondent (hereinafter referred to as the “Respondent”) as follows:-
“(a) ..................General damages in respect of liability or brea…