An Accra High Court has adjourned the hearing for the motion for an injunction filed by AshantiGold against the Ghana Football Association till 20th October 2022.
On Thursday, October 13, the Lawyers of AshantiGold filed a supplementary affidavit to their interlocutory injunction application on the Ghana Premier League which is currently suspended.
The GFA lawyers in their appearance in court on October 14 countered that due processes were not followed by AshantiGold in filing the affidavit but AshantiGold lawyers argued that the GFA’s objection was irregular.
The judge, Barbara Tetteh-Charwey determined that both parties erred, striking out AshantiGold’s supplementary affidavit. She has granted the Obuasi-based club Monday, October 17, to apply for leave to file the supplementary affidavit.
She will hear the club’s application to file the supplementary affidavit on Thursday, October 20.
The court will determine whether or not it will grant Ashantigold’s request to file a supplementary affidavit on October 20.
This decision means that the Ghana Premier League remains suspended.
By: Bill Eshun|3Sports|Ghana