The Executive Director of a Institute for Democratic Governance (IDEG) Dr Emmanuel Akwetey has cautioned a Special Prosecutor hopeful Martin Amidu to liberate his duties abandoned of posterior personal vendetta.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Thursday nominated a former Attorney General for Parliament’s capitulation when it resumes.
Reacting to a news, Dr. Akwetey pronounced it is refreshing, however, Amidu contingency not abuse his bureau by settling personal score.
“He contingency not be authorised to spin a good open bureau into a personal fight or revenge of sport people down,” Dr. Akwetey pronounced on Starr Today.
He added: “If there is no justification we can’t go ahead. We have efficient judges [and] we don’t consider anybody should be put into a position to run amok with his possess agenda; it’s a inhabitant agenda.
Speaking on how he perceived a news, a IDEG trainer said: “I jubilated when we listened a news. It’s a illusory news. Uplifting. There comes a time we should have group and women who will mount adult to straighten a debase in a system. He is one of those and he has demonstrated it clearly as a former profession general.”
There has been churned reactions over Amidu’s appointment with former President JJ Rawlings describing it as a good call.
“The President [Akufo-Addo] couldn’t have done a improved choice,” pronounced Rawlings in a matter Thursday January, 11, 2018 congratulating a former Attorney General on his nomination.
On his part, President Akufo-Addo pronounced he chose him since he has a claim “integrity, bravery and autonomy of character” to effectively liberate his duties as a Special Prosecutor.
“Indeed a Supreme Court has had march to praise a hopeful for his open spiritedness in a box of Amidu v Attorney General/Waterville and Woyome,” he added.