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Saturday, January 21, 2012

Acting AG to meet with sacked Martin Amidu over Woyome case

From: Ghana l Joy News          Last Updated: January 21, 2012, 6:30 am
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Acting AG to meet with sacked Martin Amidu over Woyome case
Acting AG, Dr Kunbour
Acting Attorney-General, Dr. Benjamin Kunbour, says he will be meeting with sacked A-G, Martin Amidu to get detailed briefing to inform his pursuit of the Alfred Woyome judgement debt case.

Dr. Kunbour is taking over as Attorney General in an acting capacity.

This follows the President’s decision to sack Mr Amidu for misconduct.

The President has instructed Dr. Kunbour to continue trying the Woyome judgement debt case in court.

He told Joy News he will act on the President’s instructions once he has been briefed by Mr. Amidu.

“I believe that the handing over and briefing notes associated with it will indicate clearly where things stand now; if I see the handing over notes then certainly I will have a more detailed discussion with the outgoing Attorney-General and in that process I would be in a position to see my way clear,” he said.

Dr Kunbour said he would not like to speculate on the strength of the state’s case against Mr Woyome.

Meanwhile the New Patriotic Party says it will put pressure on government to investigate Martin Amidu’s allegations of ministerial concealment of crimes against the state despite his exit. 

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