Martin Amidu has a lot of pain, he is dangerous - Kennedy Agyapong warns Nana Addo

Martin Amidu has a lot of pain, he is dangerous - Kennedy Agyapong warns Nana Addo

- Kennedy Agyapong is warning that the appointment of Martin Amidu is dangerous

- The Assin South MP says Martin Amidu is coming on board with so much pain and vengeance

- Martin Amidu was approved by the vetting committee after a thorough public examination

The Member of Parliament for Assin Central and a key member of the NPP, Kennedy Agyapong, is seeing a dark cloud forming over his party especially as Martin Amidu gets approved as the special prosecutor.

The maverick politician is sensing an imminent blackout in the governing party saying that Mr Amidu has the potential of collapsing the party.

The appointment of Martin Amidu followed a rigorous vetting which has seen the citizen vigilante pour out his heartfelt hunger to deal with all corrupt persons in the country no matter their political affiliation.

READ ALSO: Martin Amidu unanimously approved as Special Prosecutor

Martin Amidu has a lot of pain, he is dangerous - Kennedy Agyapong warns Nana Addo

Martin Amidu answering questions at his vetting

Martin Amidu, appearing before the vetting committee, reiterated his interest in prosecuting all judgement debt cases and also all government officials documented to have committed an economic crime, but Kennedy Agyepong senses danger over Amidu's appointment.

The vociferous politician believes the president made a bad choice in selecting the citizen vigilante because he, Martin Amidu "has a lot of pain in him."

“...that man will collapse NPP, mark my words. I have had that intuition. My instincts are not wrong," Kennedy Agyapong stated on Adom FM.

The appointment of Martin Amidu as a special prosecutor has sparked controversy especially among members of the opposition NDC in which Martin Amidu is a card bearing member of.

YEN.com.gh had earlier reported of how a former deputy attorney general dragged the government to the Supreme Court for nominating Martin Amidu.

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In the suit, a former deputy attorney general argues that Mr Amidu, who is 66 years of age, is above the compulsory retirement age.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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