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High Court Orders Custody of Car in Deborah Seyram Adablah vs. Ernest Nimako Case

The High Court in Accra has ruled that the car at the center of the Deborah Seyram Adablah and Ernest Nimako case, involving allegations of sexual harassment, will remain in the custody of the court's registry until a final verdict is reached. Both parties have been prohibited from making any public comments on the case.

In a recent development regarding the legal dispute between Deborah Seyram Adablah and Ernest Nimako, the High Court in Accra has ordered the custody of the disputed vehicle. As reported by Pulsegh, the court has instructed the Registrar of the Court, Law Court Complex, to take possession of the car until a final determination is made.

During the proceedings on Tuesday, May 16, Justice Olivia Obeng Owusu of the Court (General Jurisdiction) addressed an application filed by Mr. Nimako. The court ruled in favor of surrendering the vehicle in dispute to the Registrar of the High Court for preservation. Additionally, Mr. Nimako, the defendant, has been directed to submit all relevant documents related to the car to the Registrar, as reported by starrfm.com.gh.

The case involves Deborah Seyram Adablah, a former National Service person who served at a branch of First National Bank, and Ernest Nimako, the former Chief Finance Officer of the bank. Adablah has alleged that Nimako sexually harassed her during her service and subsequently reclaimed a Honda Civic, with registration number GC 7899-21l, which he had purchased for her but registered in his name, contrary to their agreement.

Initially, Adablah drove the car to the court premises. However, following the court order, she is now required to hand it over to the court's registrar for safekeeping.

Furthermore, the court has instructed both parties to refrain from making any public comments or sharing videos, pictures, or materials related to the case on social media or traditional media platforms. The order aims to prevent any prejudicial influence on the ongoing legal proceedings until a final verdict is reached, as stated by starrfm.com.gh.

The court's ruling came in response to a motion filed by Mr. Nimako's lawyers, seeking to restrain Adablah from mentioning his name in ongoing publications on platforms such as TikTok, Instagram, and other social media channels.

As the case unfolds, the court will maintain custody of the car, and both parties are obliged to adhere to the prohibition on public statements or media postings until a final decision is reached.

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