J U D G M E N T
The facts of this suit are interesting and somewhat brings to the fore the issue of schools under trees which has been a major problem that has confronted our educational system over the years and which the plaintiff supposedly sought to solve in its own small way.
The plaintiff describes itself as a Trust registered with the United Kingdom Charity Commission with its chairman being David Mustill who used to work with the British Airways as a senior flight dispatcher but is now retired. The sole object of the Trust according to the plaintiff is to advance education in Kasoa through the provision of an educational centre, playing fields, workshops and other developments that are charitable at law.
The plaintiff avers that during one of the chairman’s visits to Ghana around the year 1994, he was touched by the plight of children of a school at Nyanyano near Kasoa who were studying under a tree and he therefore decided to help…