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Amidu’s insults high as ‘Afadjato’; but I won’t begrudge him – Ablakwa

Member of Parliament for the North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has said he bears no grudges against a senior member  cum known critic of the National Democracy Congress (NDC), Martin Amidu, despite the former’s recent attacks on him. Describing Mr. Amidu’s apparent abusive words as being as “high as [Mount] Afadjato”, Ablakwa in a recent Facebook post said: “…I shall ...

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‘Mischievous’ Ablakwa insulted me using a pseudonym – Amidu insists

A senior member and a critic of the National Democracy Congress (NDC), Martin Amidu, has insisted that the party’s Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto, insulted him in an article he [the MP] supposedly authored, using a pseudonym. Mr. Amidu, a former Attorney General in his recent epistle chastised Ablakwa for ostensibly insulting him in an article titled ...

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Martin Amidu turns heat on Okudzeto Ablakwa

Former Attorney General and outspoken member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Martin Amidu, has descended heavily on National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Okudzeto Ablakwa, tagging him as “uncouth” and “uncultured.” Mr. Amidu made the comments in his latest epistle chastising Mr. Ablakwa whom he said attacked him in an article after he [Martin Amidu] ...

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Martin Amidu@66: ‘I have always been a contrarian’

Speaking up for the voiceless has always been ingrained in the DNA of the vociferous anti-corruption campaigner, Martin Amidu. The influence of his parents, both illiterate, sowed the seeds that currently see him at odds with elements within the National Democratic Congress (NDC), of which he is a founding member. Reflecting on his life on the Citi Breakfast Show as ...

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There’s still hope for NDC’s revival – Amidu

Although he believes the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has strayed from its socialist ethos, anti-corruption campaigner, Martin Amidu, feels the NDC is not beyond redemption. Mr. Amidu, who is a foundational member of the NDC, is noted as being a vehement critic of the party and its leadership, to the point of some attributing the party’s defeat in the 2016 ...

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Calls for suspension of Rawlings, Amidu unnecessary – NDC MP

A National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament in the Yunyoo constituency in the Northern Region, Joseph Bipoba Naabu has called for calm in his party after calls for the suspension of the party founder, Jerry John Rawlings and former Attorney General, Martin Amidu. According to the MP, such calls are not necessary because the suspension of the two NDC ...

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Stop attacking NDC; name corrupt persons – Pee Yalley to Martin Amidu

A diplomat under the Mahama administration, Sam Pee Yalley has challenged anti-corruption campaigner, Martin Amidu name the corrupt persons in the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and stop attacking the party. “I challenge Martin Amidu and whoever to defend the Constitution of the NDC and to defend the Constitution of Ghana by pinpointing those who are alleged to be corrupt,” Mr. ...

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Delta Force 8 release: Minority’s reservations unconstitutional – Amidu

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Minority in Parliament is acting unconstitutionally in its complaints on the matter of the release of the eight members of pro-New Patriotic Party (NPP) group, according to a former Attorney General, Martin Amidu. Mr. Amidu, in an article, described the Minority’s attitude as “political interference” in the duties of the Attorney General’s office, ostensibly nudging ...

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Current parliament can’t punish ‘visa fraud’ MPs for past wrongs – Amidu

Former Attorney General, Martin Amidu, has said that the 7th Parliament, currently led by Speaker, Prof. Mike Oquaye, cannot punish the three incumbent Members of Parliament and a former one, accused by the British High Commission of using their diplomatic passports to engage in visa fraud. The alleged visa fraud came to the fore after release of a confidential letter ...

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Amidu withdraws suit to examine Woyome

Former Attorney General, Martin Amidu, has withdrawn his suit at the Supreme Court in which he was seeking to examine businessman Alfred Woyome, over the delay in the repayment of the GHc 51 million judgment debt paid to him. According to Mr. Amidu, his decision to withdraw the suit, was due to the change of government and the assurance by ...

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