Anti-graft campaigner Martin Amidu has said the new government will not compromise to retrieve all the monies  lost  through the Woyome loot[51.2 million cedis] and the  the Waterville Holding (BVI) Ltd loot of over €47million.

Amidu intimated that the decision of the majority of Ghanaians, made at this year’s elections portends hope, expectations and anticipation in bringing back good governance, the rule of law, probity, accountability and transparency in the coming four years of the administration of the President Elect.

“I am particularly grateful and would always remain eternally indebted to you, fellow citizens, who voted for this change of a new President and Government for heeding my written, audio and video pleas for all patriotic citizens to join in the election of a new Government to guarantee that we can get back our GHC51.2million with all the accruing interest looted by the outgoing Government for its lootee, Alfred Agbesi Woyome, and have it refunded to the Republic of Ghana as ordered by the Supreme Court on 29th July 2014,” Amidu said in his latest statement after, the Electoral Commission(EC)declared the President-elect of the republic Friday, November,09, 2016.

It will be recalled that the Former Attorney General, Amidu had been on an aggressive campaign for Ghanaians to vote for a Change of government which he alluded as the only means to ensure the state will get back the GHC51.2million with all the accruing interest which businessman, Alfred Woyome “illegally earned” under the NDC government.

But after the outcome of the just ended 2016 elections, Amidu said voting President Mahama out on 7th December 2016, the state do not need any further examination orally on oath of Woyome by him[Amidu] in person.

He adds:”The new Government will have the duty of getting your money back in the shortest possible time because of the confidence you have reposed in it.”