According to a citinewsroom.com report, Ghanaian musician cum entrepreneur, Nhyiraba Kojo, has been sentenced to 30 days in prison by a Sekondi Commercial High Court for contempt.
The sentence was handed down by Justice Sedina Agbemava after Nhyiraba Kojo failed to comply with an interlocutory injunction order to stop noise pollution from his nightclub and install soundproofing.
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The report adds that the case was filed by three residents of Fijai, Edmund Sampana Dienorng, Nicholas Imbeah, and Samuel Kofi Dzukey, who complained about the noise emanating from the nightclub owned by the musician which is called NK City Nightclub.
It is further stated that the counsel for the petitioners, Pamela Arvoh-Mensah of Owusu Ankomah Arvoh Mensah, Dzigba and Associates, confirmed the court’s decision and explained that Nhyiraba Kojo could purge himself of the contempt and avoid serving the full 30-day sentence.