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Court sentence two SSNIT defaulters in Tamale


The Tamale District Court One (1), Presided over by Mr Anthony Asaah  has sentenced the Proprietor of Better Life International School, Margaret Tindana to a fined of 3 thousand Ghana cedis.

She was sentence on her own plea to 40 penalty units for failing to pay her staff contribution to SSNIT. In default, Madam Margaret will serve three months imprisonment.

Presenting the facts of the case, SSNIT prosecutor, Wedjong Ireneus said Madam Margaret Tindana own SSNIT an amount of 2,813.01 Ghana cedis including penalty of 904.83 Ghana cedis.

The prosecutor said Margaret Tinada violated the National Pensions Act of 2008, Act 766 section 81 (B). The court also sentence the manager of Own-It Ghana Limited, Jumah Thomas to a fined of 3 hundred and 60 Ghana cedis for failing to submit October 2014 to April 2015 of his workers contribution report.

He pleaded guilty to 30 penalty unity and was sentence accordingly. In default, Jumah Thomas will also serve three months imprisonment. Meanwhile, the court has granted bail to the two suspected motor bike syndicates Sumaila Ibrahim and Clement Joe who stormed Zaa Radio on April 28, 2015 to 3 thousand Ghana cedis with surety each. They will reappear on June 15, 2015.



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