Editor-in-Chief of the New Crusading Guide Newspaper, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako decided to display his dancing skills following a Supreme Court ruling granting former Attorney General, Martin Amidu the chance to orally cross-examine businessman, Alfred Agbesi Woyome.

The Supreme Court granted the motion filed by former Attorney General, Martin Amidu requesting that the court allow him to orally examine business man Alfred Agbesi Woyome from whom the state is trying to retrieve monies wrongfully paid to him.

Mr Amidu had earlier told the court that an opportunity to question the business man will unravel how Mr Woyome spent the about 52 million cedis paid him.

This he said, was crucial in ensuring a speedy retrieval of the money.

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The court in its ruling read by Justice Anin Yeboah said the amount in contention was colossal and no serious effort had been made to retrieve the money since the Judgment was delivered two years ago.

The plaintiff he added, was not retriveing the money for himself but for the State.

Alfred Agbesi Woyome was ordered to appear for examination on 24th November, 2016.

On hearing the news Kweku Baako, who was a panellist on Peace FM’s Kokrooko Programme danced with joy, to the amusement of his fellow panelists and staff of the station .

In the video below, he is by joined Kwamena Duncan, another panellist to display their dancing skills