In a letter addressed to the Auditor-General, Mr Amidu said “I was the Attorney-General on whose behalf the Deputy Attorney-General purported to have signed the said letter. I write to formally inform you that I never authorized the signature of the letter by the Deputy Attorney-General as he alleges in the letter.”
According to the former AG’s letter to the Auditor-General, the Deputy AG, Mr Barton Odro who also the Member of Parliament for Cape Coast, on 22 September 2011 signed a letter addressed to the Finance Minister, in respect of a matter involving African Automobile Ltd., directing the Finance Minister to “authorize payment of the sum of GH¢4,159,010.38 to the plaintiff whose solicitors may be reached at…”.
But Mr Amidu has denied ever authorizing Mr Odro to sign any such letter.
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