The Commercial Division of an Accra High Court has ordered Vodafone Ghana to pay Ghc14m in judgment debt to Internet Ghana Co Limited over contract breaches.
After 13 years of hearing, the Commercial Court presided over by Justice George Buadi J found Vodafone Ghana liable on 9th January, 2020 but information going viral on the internet indicated that Vodafone Ghana is not in the possible to heed to the orders of the High Court.
The judgment creditor has been chasing Vodafone to defray the debt after the Court ruling.
According to sources close to Internet Ghana Co Limited, Vodafone signed a number of contracts with the Internet Ghana Co. Limited and was found guilty several; unfair practices.
They include anti-competitive practices, monopolistic practices in the DSL technology space, illegal and unlawful seizure of internet Ghana Co limited equipment nationwide, management wide deliberate decision to engage in these illegal and unlawful practices, illegally canceling contracts and predatory pricing policy.
In a suit filed by Internet Ghana Co. Limited at the High court, it claimed among others that Vodafone “illegally” terminated the contracts but refused to pay the underlying bills “despite numerous reminders”.
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