Martin Amidu Resignation: Measures To Prevent Future Occurrence – HRH Oscar Yao Doe Speaks

Candid Ghanaian businessman, HRH Oscar Yao Doe has been on the forefront addressing several issues confronting Ghanaians based on the activities of politicians in the country.

His latest comment is based on the fallout of the resignation of lawyer and politician, Martin Amidu, who was appointed as special prosecutor, to investigate the Agyapa Royalties deal.

He resigned citing political interference by President, Nana Akufo-Addo. In regard to his resignation, HRH Doe has prescribed some of the measures and actions that can be taken to stop corruption in the country.

Read his post below:

Martin Amidu Resignation Fallout:
Measures & Actions Needed To Deal With Corruption In Ghana; The Following Officials Must Resign From Their Post Immediately:

1.Ken Ofori-atta, Finance Minister; It’s Publicly Know He’s The Architect Of The Dubious Agyapa Royalties Sakawa Scandal. Ghanaians Must Demand Justice And Fair Investigation Into The Agyapa Scam. Ken Ofori-atta Should Not Be Allow To Supervise An Investigation Which Involved He Himself. End Of Story.

2. Dr Ernest Addison, The Governor Of Bank Of Ghana Is Also An Accomplice Who Is Deeply Involved In The Road Leading To The Agyapa Scandal. It’s Clear From Day One That The Agyapa Royalties Sakawa Deal Doesn’t Meet The Bank Of Ghana Money Laundering Regulations. Crystal Clear.

3. Nii Amanor Dodoo ( Nii Deceiver Dodoo) Was The Dubious Character Auditor The Finance Minister & Bank Of Ghana Used To Take Down Many Ghanaian Owned Banks In Order To Pave Way For The Agyapa Royalties Sakawa Deal To Happen Without Any Financial Institution Raising Alarm. Amanor Dodoo Is Also Guilty Of Cooking Dishonest & Targeted Audit Report To Take Down Many Ghanaian Banks Without Any Justification. Infact His Receivership Transactions Must Be Fully Investigated. He’s Extremely Crooked Character Who Thinks He Can Used The Court System To Achieve His Goals. Time Will Tell.

The NPP Corruption Haven Is Now Spreading Into Ghana’s State Institutions. Very Troubling Development.

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