Martin Kpebu, a private attorney, claims that President Akufo-Addo is implicated in corruption and associated actions that have been brought to light throughout his administration.
He claims that an ongoing problem at the Northern Development Authority (NDA) involving some purported signature forging in a case involving ten million rupees has gone unaddressed.
“I believe that the President hasn’t heard it yet; perhaps we need to repeat it louder for him to hear that he is a member of the criminal organizations at Jubilee House—the President is definitely a member.
In an interview with JoyNews’ Newsfile, he asserted that “the President’s involvement is necessary for all these corruptions to occur.”
He argued that this is one of several corruption issues that the President has been presented with but has chosen to ignore.
The disappointed lawyer argued that President Akufo-Addo, despite promises he made, has demonstrated “an abysmal failure” in fighting bribery and corruption in his own government.
This is in response to a survey that the Ghana Statistical Service and the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice performed that revealed that around 5 billion Ghana cedis were given in cash as bribes to public employees last year.
This is in reaction to a survey conducted by the Ghana Statistical Service and the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice, which found that bribes to public personnel totaled over 5 billion Ghana cedis last year.
In contrast to earlier studies’ perceptions, the 2021 Ghana Integrity of Public Services Survey (GIPSS) examined the actual payment of bribes.
Martin Kpebu implied that the President must resign as a result of these revelations and others that escaped his notice since he had misled Ghanaians.
“We must declare with all the force we possess that he is a member of the criminal organization and that, look, we will not take this from him; he must simply resign. Because he promised to apply the Anas principle instead of the adversarial system when he was in opposition, he is not interested in any procedure.
What is the private investigation Anas principle? Unambiguously, he stated, “This is a 419, and the President should tell you and me how many Anas principles he has employed since he came.
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