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Sam George takes a potshot at Martin Amidu

Member of Parliament for the Ningo-Prampram Constituency, Hon. Sam Nartey George, has stated that former Attorney General (AG) and Minister of Justice, Mr. Martin Amidu has lost his moral high ground since he’s been silent during recent scandals.

According to the Ningo-Prampram legislator, Mr. Martin Amidu can no longer claim to be “seeking what is just, right and honest” since he’s been relatively silent during recent scandals like that of the policeman assaulted by alleged Invincible Forces members, and that of the recent $2.25 bn bond, to name a few.

Hon. Sam George goes on to point out that Mr. Amidu, A.K.A Citizen vigilant’s considerations about the circumstances surrounding the dismissal of the Delta Force 8’s case are partisan. He then finishes by wishing that Mr. Amidu could have risen beyond “partisanship and Hypocrisy”, but melancholically finishes by saying, “If wishes were horses, beggars would ride”.

Hon. Sam George’s comment comes after Mr. Amidu’s article titled: THE LEGAL ADVICE ON THE 8 ALLEGED DELTA FORCE MEMBERS IS UNASSAILABLE – BY MARTIN A. B. K. AMIDU published on May 19th, supporting to the AG Office’s course of action regarding the NPP affiliated vigilante group. The Ningo-Prampram’s accusation that Mr. Amidu was “silent” during recent scandals could be observed from that of publications from his [Mr. Amidu’s] website between January 16th and May 3rd.

 

 

Source: yen.com

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