According to Martin Amidu, he won't choose victims or anyone who falls into his net will be drastically dealt with.
The Special Prosecutor nominee Martin Amidu has said he cannot live in harmony with criminals in the country.
According to him, anyone who falls into his net will be drastically dealt with.
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In response to questions asked by Alhassan Suhuyini, Member of Parliament for Tamale North pertaining a letter he [Amidu] wrote to the late President Atta Mills apologising over his conduct when he was the Attorney General, he said he "wrote the letter but I don't see anything wrong if a young person works with an elder for a while and relations break down between them.
"I have lived with decent people in harmony for 66 years but I cannot live in harmony with criminals adding: "decent people, I will live with them but criminals, I can’t."
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"I wrote the letter under the persuasion of Kofi Awoonor and Captain Tsikata…The circumstances under which the pair procured the letter from me were reprehensible."