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No one should make such complaints: Martin Amidu boldly speaks amid economic distress

Martin Amidu’s expertise has been demanded in terms of ‘prophecies’ from the former special prosecutor who became one of the persons in a massive brawl with the ruling government.

People called him names and some threw insults at him for being disloyal and a betrayer. But according to Martin Amidu, he had no such plans or intentions.

He was only doing what he was asked to do as a citizen of this country and that is what he wanted to do until he started sensing some unlawful activities.

People feel that if he had resigned without making these allegations that he made against the Npp and Nana Addo, he would have had no issues with this government.

But this was not the case. He was abused on the internet and called names for doing what he claims was right and patriotic.

Earlier today on asempa fm in a brief discussion with the former prosecutor, he was asked if the complains from Ghanaians meet the allegations he made earlier about the ruling government.

He replied by saying that, I feel that no one should make such complains, we made our choices as Ghanaians and whatever we are facing is as a result of our own choices.

He revealed that he was put in a place that he never wanted to be in the minds of Ghanaians. And this is something that he had to face because he decided to speak the truth.

We witnessed the horrible handling of the former special prosecutor on the internet and other platforms and how he became an object of ridicule.

But he looks all good and seems focused on new projects that according to him is all working out.

The former special prosecutor did not answer relevant questions concerning his former position then and now because of respect that he seems to have for the current people in these positions.

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