The Human Rights Division of the Accra High Court has restrained Member of Parliament for North Tongu Constituency, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa from publicly disclosing information about the Founder of Power Chapel Church and a Board member of the National Cathedral Trustees, Rev Kusi Boateng.
The restraining order which has been posted by the lawmaker was filed by the pastor.
He was given the document from the court after a media interview on Friday, February 3, 2023 morning.
The restraining order is temporary, lasting just ten days but the legislator says he has initiated steps to oppose it.
Since Ablakwa discovered Rev Kusi Boateng is the same person behind the name Kwabena Adu Gyamfi who is registered as the owner of JNS Talent Centre Limited- a company to which the National Cathedral secretariat paid GHC2.6 million- he has been dropping back-to-back discoveries about him alleging “Kwabena Adu Gyamfi is a criminal creation of Rev. Victor Kusi-Boateng”.
In one of them, he allegedly found that the pastor has different Tax Identification Numbers (TINs) and operates different businesses with all his identities.
Ablakwa has been posting details of his businesses, his various Identification documents, TIN(s), etc to prove his allegations.
In a supposed attempt to stop these publications, the pastor has run to court to “invoke the jurisdiction of the court for the enforcement of fundamental human rights under Article 33 of the 1992 Constitution and Order 67 of C.I. 47.”
By the injunction, the lawmaker is restrained from making further public disclosures of private information, document, correspondence, communication, and property belonging to him.
Reacting to this, Ablakwa said he has instructed his lawyers to take the necessary steps.
In a post on Facebook, “Truth and Justice shall not be buried”.
Source: opemsuo.com/Hajara Fuseini