The Assin North legislator, Joe Gyakye Quayson, is yet to be served a week after a high court in Cape Coast ordered his service, notifying him of his lawyer’s withdrawal from the case.
Counsel for the MP, Abraham Amaliba, wrote to the court indicating his withdrawal from the case.
Based on that the MP, Joe Gyaakye Quayson, is expected to search for a lawyer to represent him after he’s been served so he would be represented in court.
But it turned out that the Express Mail Service (EMS) relied upon the facilitation of Abraham Amaliba failed to carry out the court’s order.
In court on Tuesday, Mr Amaliba who was earlier tasked by the court to facilitate the service of the MP for Assin North told the presiding judge, Justice Kwasi Boakye, that the Express Mail Service (EMS) used by the bailiff to serve the MP suffered some setbacks.
Consequently, a bailiff in Accra that was supposed to deliver the notice of service to the MP has been unable to do so.