Former Deputy Attorney General Felix Kwakye Ofosu (Felix Kwakye Ofosu) participated in the “corruption” dialogue, after the former special prosecutor made a complaint to the former President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo New requirements.
According to him, although Mr. Akufo-Addo intended to label his political opponent John Dramani Mahama as corrupt, he eventually fell into his own trap.
The former special prosecutor, Martin Amidu, released a 27-page document on Friday, November 27, 2020, in response to the president’s allegations against him after his resignation.
Since Ghana’s corruption risk assessment of the controversial Agyapa royalty transaction and Ghana’s independence, the anti-corruption activist has regarded President Akufo-Addo as the mother of all corruption.
Felix Kwakye Ofosu responded to Amidu’s violations in the Agyapa transaction in a tweet, saying: “Like Haman, Akufo-Addo’s own trap is a trap designed for Martinamidu for Mordecai (John Mahama). When Martin Amidu called him the “mother of corruption,” he got rid of the gallows of corruption.
Martin Amidu confessed that after President Akufo-Addo became the standard bearer of the opposition party NDC, he conducted an investigation on Mahama, and he acknowledged it.
Amidou explained that he refused to investigate the Airbus bribery scandal not for political reasons but for national security purposes.
In a 27-page reply, the former special prosecutor said: “I decided to temporarily shelve the investigation of former President John Dramani Mahama after the President learned of and agreed to serve as Chairman of the National Security Council. The reason is not. political.”
“The president listened to a briefing as the chairman of the National Security Council and told him why the investigation must be temporarily suspended until after the general election. He agreed to this. If the president wants, I can prove this with mathematical precision.” He emphasized.
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