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MARTIN AMIDU

The Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu wants the Supreme court to throw out a suit brought against him by the NDC Member of Parliament for Bolga East, Dominic Ayine challenging his eligibility for the office he’s occupying.

He contends the plaintiff’s argument is flawed describing it as politically motivated. According to… Continue reading

President Akufo-Addo has sworn-in former Attorney General Martin A.B.K Amidu as Ghana’s first Special Prosecutor.

Amidu took the oath of office at a short event held at the Flagstaff House on Friday, 23 February 2018.

This comes after his nomination was unanimously approved by Parliament Tuesday following a grueling vetting.… Continue reading

Policy analyst, Mr. Frank Aboagye Danyansah has disclosed that the Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu will be taken more seriously if he launches investigations into a litany of corruption allegations levelled against the former First Lady, Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings including that of Nsawam Canary rot.

“If former President Rawlings is… Continue reading

Ghana’s longest-serving deputy Attorney-General has been approved by Parliament as the Special Prosecutor tasked to fight political corruption.

Martin Amidu got support from both sides of the House after a grueling eight hours of vetting at the Appointments Committee of Parliament last week.

Week In Pictures 16-2-2018 ED 4 Martin Amidu

MPs from both sides of the House… Continue reading

Credible information available to Ghanakasa.com indicates that Parliament’s Appointment Committee has by a unanimous decision approved the nomination of Martin Amidu for the position of Special Prosecutor.

The decision was taken at a caucus meeting after Mr Amidu’s vetting on Tuesday.

The former Attorney General went through a grueling nine… Continue reading

The Special Prosecutor nominee, Martin Amidu, will later today, Tuesday, 13 February 2018, be vetted by Parliament’s Appointment Committee.

Amidu will be vested with the power to initiate investigations into all suspected corruption-related offences of all persons in public service if approved by parliament.

Meanwhile, opposition Member of Parliament for… Continue reading

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