Deborah Seyram Adablah filed a lawsuit against Ernest Kwasi Nimako, whom she calls her “sugar daddy.” Today, November 28, 2023, an Accra High Court threw out the case.
The court agreed with Ernest Kwasi Nimako’s lawyers that the case had no strong points, so it threw it out.
Kwasi Nimako’s lawyers from the well-known Kulendi@Law firm told the judge that Deborah Seyram Dablah didn’t give any good reasons for her lawsuit and that “the contract she was trying to enforce, if at all, was a legal contract.”
Deborah Seyram Adablah’s suit didn’t raise any important issues, and the court agreed with Kwasi Nimako’s lawyers that the case should be thrown out.
Deborah Seyram Adablah told the court that Kwasi Nimako broke several promises he made to her and then dumped her.
He agreed to buy her a car, which he did, pay for her housing for three years, give her GH¢3,000 every month, marry her after he divorced his wife, and give her a big sum to start a business.
When the suit first registered the car, Nimako’s name was on it, but he later took it back, so she couldn’t use it after only a year.
She also says that Nimako only paid for one year of housing, even though she said she would pay for three.
The woman who filed the lawsuit wants the court to tell the “sugar daddy” to give her back the car and change the title to her name.
As decided upon by both parties, she also wants the court to order the defendant to pay her the lump sum so that “she can start a business to take care of herself.” On top of that, the court should tell the “sugar daddy” to pay the remaining two years’ rent that she and the offender agreed to pay. She wants the court to tell the defendant again that she needs to pay her medical bills because of a “side effect of a family planning treatment” that the defendant told her to do to avoid getting pregnant.