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The New Patriotic Party Communications Team Member and Klottey Korley Deputy Constituency Secretary hopeful Mr. Ibrahim Cisse popularly known as Patriot Faisal has asked Dr. Dominic Ayine to drop his suit against Mr. Martin Amidu.

In a statement sent to peacefmonline.com, he said it will be the interest of this nation if Mr. Martin Amidu is allowed to work without any law suit.

“It will be in the nation’s interest that Mr. Martin Amidu is allowed to work freely"

Dr. Dominic Ayine has caused his lawyers to file a suit against the appointment of Martin Amidu as Special Prosecutor challenging his age.

He has however been vetted by the Appointment Committee.

Following the vetting, Mr. Ibrahim Cisse suggested to Dr. Ayine to withdraw the legal suit against the appointment of Martin Amidu as the Special Prosecutor.

According to him, the nominee proved to many Ghanaians that he is the best man for the job, he said.

"Watching him at the vetting, I realized that this man is a huge asset for this country. It will be a great disservice if this country is denied the services of Martin Amidu. The President made a good choice", he stressed.

"Martin Amidu has shown that he has the right skill, experience and moral clout to help this country save billions from corruption".

Mr. Cisse however stressed that clearly, the NDC has no justification to harbour any fear because of Martin Amidu. He has demonstrated to be neutral and impartial in his work."

"Posterity will judge Dr. Ayine and the NDC if they use this law suit to deny this country and Mr. Martin Amidu the opportunity to fight corruption, he concluded.

Source: Josephine Acheampomaa/Peacefmonline/[email protected]

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