Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Politics




Africa politics

Martin Amidu betrayed me and took the OSP job – NDC’s Akamba.

The National Organizer of the biggest resistance National Democratic Congress (NDC), Joshua Hamidu Akamba says previous Special Prosecutor, Martin Alamisi Burnes Kaiser Amidu deceived him when he acknowledged to be Ghana's most memorable Special Persecutor from President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

In a meeting checked by, the NDC pioneer said he was in converses with go to court, with Mr. Amidu as his legal counselor when the law for the OSP was passed, in light of the fact that for him the workplace was not adequately autonomous.

Yet, I was stunned when Amidu shockingly abandoned him halfway and went for the OSP work in which he planned to court to battle the ambiguities in the law.

''At the point when the law of the OSP was passed I needed to go to court, my legal counselor was Hamidu, in light of the fact that I was against that regulation and how it was passed, I needed an exceptional examiner who was free and genuinely autonomous from the designs'' he repeated.

''I needed a mandate in delegating the OSP by that implies nobody has the power to contact him or control him''.

'I maintained that that regulation should be done appropriately and my uncle Martin Amidu advised me to pause and go to the distributing commission when the law is out buy a duplicate and study it well, so we can oppress that plan well''.

''So while I was pausing and en route to Fumbisi (North), then, at that point, I heard he had gone to meet President Nana Addo and acknowledged the OSP work, I was stunned, so I called him and asked him uncle for what reason did you do that? His reaction to me was you don't toss the awful washing water with the child and that he will end up being the primary extraordinary examiner''.

''Straight away, I said uncle you have double-crossed me. Then, at that point, I quit calling him''.

''I'm for anything that battles defilement, yet not how the Special Prosecutor was framed, which is to some degree constrained by the Attorney General's office''.

Martin Amidu has since left the OSP work refering to among them impedances and defilement at the high office of government. In one of his epistles, Mr. Amidu depicted the sitting President, who delegated him as the mother snake of defilement, adding that he can't work with him.

He has since been a declared pundit of the Nana Addo organization, it is muddled whether he holds faithfulness to the NPP or the NDC where he used to be a card-bearing part on favorable terms.

Content created and supplied by: deemhoneykhing (via Opera News )

Hamidu Kaiser Amidu Martin Alamisi Burnes NDC OSP


Load app to read more comments