A Communication Officer at the National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO), George Ayisi said former Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu was lazy hence he couldn’t perform in gais office even though he had all resources at his disposal.
He was speaking on UTV Adekye Nsoroma, where he noted that Martin Amidu was given all the logistics to fight corruption during his term of office.
George Ayisi was responding to comments Justice Apaw made about the office of special prosecutor recently, that special prosecutor didn’t have power to fight corruption.
George Ayisi said a lot about Martin Amidu's regime stressing that Martin Amidu just resigned from office during the election campaign to make the Government unpopular to lose the election.
He urged the Ghanaians public to support the new prosecutor Lawyer Kisi Agyebeng and have hope in him to perform and fight corruption.
It would be recalled that Martin Amidu announced his resignation as a special Prosecutor on the 16 of November, 2020 citing political interference by President Nana Akufo-Addo.
For him, his decision was to enable Akufo-Addo to take steps to appoint a replacement to that position as required by law.
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