This case was started or sent to court for adjudication by his predecessor, Mr. Martin Kaiser Alamisi Amidu.
The MP was charged for abusing his office and sending money outside of the country without having the license to execute such an operation.
This case was heard to be sent to court in 2019 and started court proceedings in 2020. But, it has finally ended this year and will no longer be visited. The MP is now a 'free man'.
Upon his evaluation of the case, the newly appointed Special Prosecutor in his wisdom and with the counsel of his office has predicted that this particular case will not end well for the office he occupies and the State would in the end lose resources wasted on that particular case.
He added that this case would be like all the other cases which did not hold water and so, they were shot down.
Today in court, Mr. Kissi Agyabeng stated that, "it will be a complete waste of time if we were to open this case further and go to a length where it will only be dismissed on the submission of no case to answer".
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