A Seven member Supreme Court panel has set the 7th June, 2018, as date for its judgment on the suit brought before it by embattled former board Chairman of the National Communications Authority, Eugene Baffoe Bonnie and four others.
The five are seeking a full pre-trial disclosure of all documents and witnesses the State intends to rely on in their prosecution.
The five are facing charges of causing financial loss to State to the tune of GHc4million.
The other defendants are Alhaji Salifu Mimina Osman, George Derrick Oppong, a Director of Infralock Development Limited (IDL), William Tetteh Tevie, the former Director General, Nana Owusu Ensaw, a former Board Member.
The State represented by Deputy Attorney General, Godfred Dame, told the court that the State relies entirely on their statement in opposition to the application as filed at the court by the defendants.
Lawyers for all five accused persons also indicated to the court that they also rely on their statements of case as duly filed.
The seven member Supreme Court panel presided over by Justice William Atuguba, after conferring amongst themselves set the 7th of June 2018 as date for its judgment on the application seeking interpretation of article 19(2) (e and g) of the 1992 constitution.