The opposition National Democratic Congress is not taking it kindly with the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Godfred Yeboah Dame following the controversial 170 million dollars judgement debt awarded to GPGC Limited by a UK court against the State.
A number of key notable personalities within the NDC have accused Mr Godfred Dame of sleeping on the job, leading to such a huge judgement debt against the State. Although he has taken exceptions to such allegations more fire continue to descend on him.
On his part, a communication member of the NDC, Mr Brogya Genfi has described Mr Dame as a local champion who is unable to win international matches but rather blame others for his failures.
"Godfred Dame is like a local football champion that wins every match at home without conceding a single goal, owning to relationship with referees. When they are thrashed in an international competition played away from home, they blame rivals back home. If anybody must be held responsible for this judgement debt, it must be irresponsible officers who cancelled the contract for political expediency and yet failed to defend their action in court".
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