Ghana wasting more money on snoring Martin Amidu than corrupt officials have stolen - A Plus

Sun, 12 May 2019 Source: My News GH

Controversial musician and member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kwame Asare Obeng otherwise known as A Plus has warned that the country could end up wasting more money on its Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu than what corrupt officials have stolen.

He has observed that his party fell for the bragging of Mr. Martin Amidu only to engage him as a Special Prosecutor to show his other side of producing no results, MyNewsGh.com reports.

According to him, the state cannot continue to lavish on someone like him when he is not living up to his mandate wondering why he will still continue to enjoy an amount thrice what was given to Woyome, accommodation, a huge office, V8s, saloon cars, fat salary, and uniformed police officers as bodyguards but has nothing on the table to show.

He reminded Ghanaians about how NPP firebrand Kennedy Agyapong warned against the engagement of Mr. Amidu as Special Prosecutor revealing that he stands vindicated by the turn of events.

In a post sighted by MyNewsGh.com, he wrote “Woyome is accused of fraudulently receiving 51 million Ghana cedis from government. Martin Amidu made all the noise that he could retrieve the money. From that his 2 bedroom house he petitioned the Supreme Court to allow him cross examine Woyome to assist them collect the money.

The NPP government fell for Amidu’s bragging and made him the special prosecutor, gave him 180 million cedis, (more than three times what Woyome is accused of taking) gave him accommodation, a huge office, V8s, saloon cars, fat salary, uniformed police officers as bodyguards, etc but he has not been able to even find the person who said tweaaaa!!!

We will end up wasting more money on him than corrupt officials have stolen since Kwame Nkrumah ????????????????????????

Kennedy Agyapong spoke against this but they insulted him.

And Nana Addo is still entertaining this man!!! Ah well…

Source: My News GH

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