Airbus saga: NPP seeking equalisation for ‘failed’ Akufo-Addo – Kwakye-Ofosu


Felix is a previous deputy communications minister

Former Deputy Communications minister Felix Kwakye-Ofosu states the governing New Patriotic Occasion is intentionally dragging former president John Mahama into the controversy simply because President -Addo is perceived as corrupt by Ghanaians.

According to him, the NPP is in search of equalisation with the haste in which they are dragging in the previous President.

“This brief uninformed, pedestrian examination belongs to the garbage and we must leave it there. The hasty conclusions staying drawn by the NPP is an try to equalise due to the fact President Akufo-Addo has unsuccessful and has appear to be identified as the most corrupt Ghanaian president given that independence,” he explained to Starr News Monday.

has alleged the governing administration official 1 cited in the British isles and US court documents in the Airbus scandal as previous President and NDC applicant John Dramani Mahama.

The occasion has as a result dared Mr Mahama to publicly talk to ensure or deny the assertion as a substitute of hiding behind a statement from previous AG Marietta Brew Appiah Oppong.

Addressing the media, director of Communications for the bash Yaw Buaben Asamoah argued the former president is not in good shape to return to the Presidency in the wake of claims bribes ended up compensated him by way of his brother.

Meanwhile, a member of the opposition NDC’s lawful team Abraham Amaliba suggests the Particular Prosecutor Martin Amidu will struggle to probe the Airbus controversies tasked him by the President.

President Akufo-Addo has referred the Airbus bribery scandal to the Office of the Particular Prosecutor for rapid investigations.

A letter signed by Communications Director at the Presidency, Eugene Arhin said that these investigations are predicted to be executed in collaboration with the United Kingdom authorities.

The stories which emerged following the company admitted in a British isles court that it paid out bribes to officers in some 5 nations around the world which includes Ghana in between 2009 and 2015 have sparked rumours in Ghana.

Some Ghanaians have challenged NDC which was in charge of the governance of the state throughout the interval to respond to the statements.

Talking to Francis Abban on the Morning Starr Monday, Mr Amaliba claimed there are simpler work the president could have supplied the Specific prosecutor to operate on.

“Now you give this tough task, now martin Amidu has to go fishing, he must discover who is federal government officer 1 and then fulfill these folks and all that. There was a reason the court did not point out names because the said government ended up not heard in the demo.

“There are a lot of effortless conditions that could be dealt with by Martin but you overlook that and give him these kinds of a tricky undertaking. There a lot of of these instances around the president but he is jumping all of them. I don’t know why he will load Mr. Amidu with this kind of tricky jobs”.

 

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