Former Attorney-General (A-G), Betty Mould Iddrisu has spoken after going silent for eight years. She disclosed in an interview on Joy FM that she discharged her duties excellently while in office.
According to Betty Mould she was saddened when some people branded her as corrupt after discharging a selfless service to the state.
The former lecturer said one of her lowest moment as AG is when people questioned her decisions and actions in office.
"You are acting as a lawyer for all the Ministries and Departments. It's a delicate balancing act [and] in my whole career it was the most difficult job," she said, adding she gave off her best.
She also revealed that she had to turn off her radio and television sets because of the repeated attacks against her in the media.
“For you to become a national figure and for your image to be appearing on the major headlines in the major newspapers day in and day out for years will try anybody,” she said.
Mrs Mould Iddrisu’s decision to authorize the payment of $51.2million to National Democratic Congress (NDC) financier, Alfred Woyome in 2011 has been a subject of a court action, for many years.
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