KMA Wins Court Case…Over Kejetia Project
THE BRAZILIAN contractors, working on the Kejetia Bus Terminal, now has the right to work on the technical area of the project.
The High Court Four in Kumasi, presided over by Justice C.A. Wilson, has vacated the injunction that was placed on the technical area.
The injunction was placed on that portion of Kejetia when the court granted an injunction application by All State Construction Company Ltd.
All State Construction Company Ltd argued that the technical area was so close to its septic tank therefore their decision to seek for the injunction.
The contractors who are working on the multi-million dollar project could not work on the technical area for some months due to the injunction order.
The court, however, evacuated the injunction order on Wednesday, which automatically will give the contractor full access to the technical area.
Briefing the paper, Patrick Adu Gyamfi, the KMA Lawyer, said All State Construction has filed for injunction on the technical area for three times.
He said the court firstly refused All State Construction’s injunction application but it (court) eventually granted the second application in February 2017.
All State Construction, he said, failed to comply with the court’s directive to file an undertaken to compensate KMA should it lose the substantive case.
Mr. Adu Poku stated that the KMA then applied for the injunction to be evacuated and the court granted their request in December 2017.
According to him, All State Construction filed for an injunction on the technical area again but the court evacuated the injunction on Wednesday.
By: Kwadwo Essel/ thePublisher