Special Prosecutor nominee, Martin ABK Amidu has said he can never live in harmony with criminals in society.
This was in response to a question posed by the Member of Parliament for Tamale North, Alhassan Suhuyini, a member of the Appointment’s Committee who asked whether the SP nominee could live in harmony with others as prescribed under Article 41(c) of the 1992 Constitution.
Article 41 of the Constitution sums up the obligations and responsibilities of all Ghanaians and those who live in Ghana, where the(C) states categorically that it shall be the duty of every citizen (c) to foster national unity and live in harmony with others.
But the SP nominee in his response said: “I have lived with decent people in harmony for 66 years. I cannot live in harmony with criminals; that I won’t lie.
Ghana’s first ever Special Prosecutor is currently facing Parliament’s Appointment Committee as he’s being vetted for his appointment by President Akufo-Addo.
According to him, he accepted President Akufo Addo’s appointment because he wants to stop the leakages and seepages that has plagued the country since constitutional rule.
He told the committee that Ghana must be stabilized by protecting the national purse and ensuring that the citizens benefit immensely from the nation’s natural resources.