The Deputy Communication Director of the NPP, Richard Nyamah, has said that Mr. Martin Amidu should take responsibility for the kind of message he has put out there concerning the double salary debacle.
Richard Nyamah made this statement via zoom on 'THE KEYPOINTS' program on TV3 this morning, 29th May 2021, when he gave his opinion on the MPs double salary debacle.
According to Richard Nyamah, Mr. Martin Amidu was the Special Prosecutor and had the opportunity to initiate some investigations into this matter, but he didn't.
"I think that Mr. Martin Amidu should take some responsibility because when you throw out some allegations like that, and you indict virtually everybody in the country, the president, the NDC MPs in Parliament, the government, and everyone without any proof, you make things difficult for us." - he said
He added that he was one of the few people in the NPP who had confidence in Martin Amidu and publicly support him to be appointed as the Special Prosecutor.
But mr. Martin Amidu has disappointed him to the core because the reason why he resigned as the Special Prosecutor should have been the reason why he should have stayed in office and fight.
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