NICHOLAS K AKOTO
V.
GHANA USED CLOTHES DEALERSASSOCIATION

(2013) JELR 63777 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. INDL/61/12 ·  14 Mar 2013 ·  Ghana
CORAM
KWABENA ASUMAN-ADU
Core Terms Beta
plaintiff
office
defendant association
defendant
computers
court
writ of summons
administrative secretary of the defendant association
appearance
appointment
defendant pays
evidence
judgment
lock
salaries
statement of claim
suit
vice president
accounts
action
appointment letter
behavior of the defendant association
case
date of final judgment
day
ex-parte motion
final judgment
following reliefs
further search
half years time
intention
material times
office of the vice president of the association
order
payment of plaintiffs
personal belongings
printer
record shows
rita akoto
search
secretary
spite of the fact
wrongful termination

JUDGMENT

At all material times to this action the Plaintiff was the secretary to the Defendant Association. He was employed as the Administrative Secretary of the Defendant Association on 15th day of February, 2005. He rendered invaluable service to the Defendant Association. However, on 20th day of August, 2008, without any justification, the Plaintiff was locked out and was prevented from entering his office. Ever since that day he has neither been allowed to enter his office nor paid his salaries. As at the time the Plaintiff was locked out of his office, he was on a salary of GH¢150.00 per month. The Plaintiff considers the behavior of the Defendant Association as termination of his employment which to him was unfair and wrongful. So on 11th May, 2012, the Plaintiff commenced the instant action against the Defendant Association for the following reliefs:

(a) A declaration that the lock out of the Plaintiff was a termination which was unfair and wrongful.

(b) An order for the payment …

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