Application for Interim injunction against the scheduled Ghamro elections coming off tomorrow have been dismissed by an Acrra High Court, allowing the elections to be held.
An application for Interim injunction against the scheduled Ghamro elections coming off tomorrow have been dismissed at High Court today, February 10 after hearing presided by His Lordship Judge Anthony Oppong. The applicants, Gyedu Bay Ambulley, C.K. Morrison and Ama Afriyie were in court with their Lawyer B. Eshun to seek for an ex parte Interim injunction to restrain Ghamro and it's Receiver Managers from conducting the elections citing late notice of polls and expiration of time as their reasons for the action.
GHAMRO lawyer Dr Poku Adusei who represented the defendants vehemently opposed the motion stating that notices were served in the Graphic and Times as far back as 7th January 2014
With the dismissal of the earlier injunction filed by George Dickson and this current one by Ambulley and others, then All is set for GHAMRO Election
Date- 11th February, 2015
1. Accra - CIBT-Social Advance (Adjacent Teachers Hall)
2. Kumasi - Apatakese Ase
3. Tamale - Cultural Center
All music right owners are invited to participate.
In another development, Ama Afriyie who was a plaintiff in the matter was picked up at the Court premises by the ministries Police for allegedly removing posters of contestants for the GHAMRO elections at the GHAMRO offices on two occasions. She is currently been detained by the police.