Former Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu has absorbed the presidency from alleged corruption happening at the Office of the Special Prosecutor accusing
Former Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu has absorbed the presidency from alleged corruption happening at the Office of the Special Prosecutor accusing the Special Prosecutor, Mr. William Kissi Agyebeng of blackmailing the government.
“Kissi Agyebeng has resorted to blackmailing the government and courting leading members of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) to create the impression that it is his appointing authority that is impeding his so-called fight against corruption.” Mr. Amidu alleged.
“The Special Prosecutor, William Kissi Agyebeng, is so desperate to protect the mismanagement, the culture of corruption, massive staff recruitment malpractices, and public procurement malpractices which have become pervasive and endemic within the Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) on the blind side of President Nana Akufo-Addo.”
In a statement, Martin Amidu writes
“The unfortunate facts gathered from information and intelligence are that Kissi Agyebeng, the Special Prosecutor cannot extricate himself from the pervasive suspected corruption and corruption-related offenses taking place within the OSP itself in connection with recruitment corruption, and public procurement malpractices the OSP is mandated to prevent, investigate, and prosecute.”
“The OSP’s suspected corruption pot should never be allowed to call the citizen suspected of corruption’s kettle black in the fight against corruption and public procurement malpractices in Ghana.”