The Accra High Court, presiding over the legal dispute between Seyram Adabla, a former national service personnel of First Atlantic Bank, and Chief Finance Officer Ernest Nimako, has issued an order to seize a Honda Civic and keep it in the court registry until a final decision is made on the case.
In January, Seyram Adablah filed a lawsuit alleging that the defendant had violated a previous agreement.
According to the agreement, the defendant was supposed to purchase a car for her, cover her accommodation expenses for three years, provide a monthly stipend of GHS3,000, divorce his wife and marry her.
Additionally, Ernest Nimako was expected to provide her with a lump sum of money to start her own business.
The dispute regarding the car arose when the banker registered it under his own name, leading to a disagreement between the parties involved.
Court Orders Defendant to Provide Honda Civic Documents; Restricts Social Media Publications in Seyram Adabla vs. Ernest Nimako Case
Furthermore, the legal representative of Ernest Nimako requested the court to prohibit the plaintiff from damaging his reputation through social media posts.
The representative claimed that Ms. Adablah had a habit of making TikTok, Instagram, and other social media publications.
However, Seyram Adablah, represented by her counsel, disputed these allegations by pointing out that the publications were made prior to filing her lawsuit.
In her verdict, Justice Obeng Owusu instructed both parties to refrain from sharing any videos, pictures, or materials on social media and traditional media that could potentially prejudice the court proceedings until the final resolution of the case.