A tale of two awards: The victors, the vanquished and the lessons learnt from Ghana and Nigeria’s recent arbitration cases
Thus, as Nigeria is deservingly popping Champagne, Ghana is gnashing its teeth in the teeth of crippling domestic debt exchange and potentially losing Regina House
Who will guard the guards themselves? – An appraisal of Springfield v BOST
"What, then, is the legal effect of the mysterious and alien relief - “additional interest pursuant to the default clause in Exhibit ‘C’” - that has found its way into the decision of the Supreme Court? The answer is simple: It is a nullity...The last time Ghanaians thought their moneys were leaking through the courts, they birthed a Citizen Vigilante and a Sole Commissioner."
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