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Change Ghanaians voted for must not be in vain – Martin Amidu

Former Attorney General, Martin Amidu, has asked President Akufo-Addo to ensure that the change Ghanaians voted for in the December 7 general elections doesn’t elude them. He explained that the President was given the nod because of his position against corruption in the country, and should thus ensure that he fulfills that promise by tackling corruption effectively. Martin Amidu made ...

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Insulting Jon Benjamin over MPs ‘visa fraud’ shameful – Martin Amidu

Former Attorney General, Martin Amidu, has slammed some members of Ghana’s Parliament including the First Deputy Speaker, Joe Osei-Wusu, for making offensive comments at the British High Commissioner to Ghana, Jon Benjamin, following the leaked letter to the Speaker of Parliament that accused three current MPs and a former member of allegedly engaging in visa fraud. The alleged visa fraud ...

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Martin Amidu’s statement on MPs ‘visa fraud’; and matters arising

The insults on the British High Commissioner to Ghana on MPs Visa fraud are shameful I have read and followed the publications on the online media since 26th April 2017 in which some Members of Ghana’s 7th Parliament have made needless derogatory comments about H.E. Jon Benjamin, the High Commissioner of the United kingdom to Ghana for a letter he ...

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Amidu charges 7th parliament not to be corrupt

Anti-corruption campaigner, Martin Amidu has charged Members of the 7th parliament to be diligent and honest in the discharge of their duty and not be corrupt as previous parliaments have been. He said the MPs must not toe the line of the 5th and 6th parliament that passed laws and approved loans without due diligence. In a statement, Matin Amidu charged ...

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Martin Amidu’s exposé on ‘corruption’ in Parliament [Full Text]

Anti-corruption campaigner and former Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Martin Amidu, has in his latest epistle, turned his attention to the country’s parliamentarians, accusing them of engaging in all forms of corruption, particularly in the 5th and 6th parliament of the 4th Republic. Mr. Amidu’s rather startling revelations, come barely few days after the 6th parliament was dissolved on the ...

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Chiefs are begging Nana Addo to be soft on corruption – Amidu

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is under pressure from some influential chiefs to compromise on his anti-corruption agenda, in the name of reconciliation; that’s according to anti-corruption campaigner and former Attorney General, Martin Amidu. “I assure every Ghanaian that the evidence of criminal and unconstitutional conduct is overwhelming, but unconstitutional attempts are being made through influential chiefs and elders to ...

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Ghana is worth dying for; middle-class must stand up – Martin Amidu

Anti-corruption campaigner, Martin Amidu is urging Ghanaians to speak up and defend the country against the actions of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) few days to its vacation of office. According to Mr Amidu, middle-class Ghanaians must speak up on issues that affect the country to ensure that Ghanaians are not short-changed. In his latest public statement copied to citifmonline.com, ...

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NPP victory a vote against biased state media reportage – Amidu

The New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) election 2016 victory was, among other things, a vote against biased reportage from state-owned media houses, former Attorney General Martin Amidu has said. Mr. Amidu in an article opined that the state-owned media could not continue in the “old style” of being the mouthpiece of a government as opposed to public media paid for by ...

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Ghanaians expect NPP gov’t to retrieve Woyome cash – Amidu

Former Attorney General, Martin Amidu has congratulated President-elect Nana Addo for his victory in the just ended general elections. Amidu, who earlier appealed to Ghanaians ahead of the election to vote against the Mahama led administration to remove the shield preventing Businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome from refunding the GHC 51 million judgement debt, also reminded the incoming New Patriotic Party ...

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NPP releases list of Woyome’s cash beneficiaries

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has revealed what it claims are details of businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome’s cheque book and list of beneficiaries of the GH¢51.2 million wrongfully paid him as judgement debt. The Director of Communications of the NPP, Nana Akomea, at a press conference in Accra on Monday said Mr Woyome financed many projects of the NDC and ...

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