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Jo Blankson On Fresh Contempt Charge 2/3/2007
AN Accra High Court has granted an order for substituted service for 23 persons to appear before it on February 15 for contempt.

The 23, including Dr Jo Blankson, also known as Nii Tackie Tawiah III, are said to have defied the court’s writ of possession order, given to Nii Tetteh Ahinakwa II at Ga Mashie Street in Accra, and failed to make appearance when summoned by the court for contempt.

The order for substituted service was issued on January 24, by the court, presided over by Mr Justice James B. Benson.

Among the 23 are, Percy Okoe Addy, Gladys Adoley Allotey, Otujoe Wonoo, Amoo, Odartey, Ayitey Wiseman, Laryea Annia, Narjy Diwyiba and Ashaley Wontse.

Others are Nii Akropong of Teiko Tsuru We, Nii Tetteh Ankamah II, Offei Dodoo, Nii Anum Tetteh, Nii Adamah Thompson and Okyeame Tetteh Alimo.

The rest are Humphrey Nii Teiko Aryee, Naa Ayikaila Naabobeni, John Aryeetey Aryee, Asafoatse Christopher Nettey II, Ataa Okoe, Ataa Okoe, Ataa Adu and Madam Bensua.

The order signed by the Chief Registrar of the court, S. F. Otoo, indicated that if any of the respondents fails to attend court after the publication, bench warrants could be issued for their arrest and detention.

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