- Manasseh Azure has broken his silence on the Airbus scandal that made the headlines over the weekend
- President Akufo-Addo has however called on the office of the special prosecutor to conduct a probe immediately
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Investigative Journalist, Manasseh Azure Awuni has joined the ongoing discussions about the Airbus bribery case and how Ghana has been mentioned.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his Twitter page, Manasseh, in a subtle denial, just couldn't fathom how politicians always found a way to deny whatever issue that directly or indirectly was related to them.
“If you catch a politician on top of your wife, he will start denying the affair even before he withdraws,” he wrote.
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Ghanaians couldn't keep calm as the post shared by the ace journalist stirred some emotions in them.
Thierry Nyann said politicians deny everything.
Bless couldn't have agreed better. He believes politicians are Africa's biggest problem.
George said Manasseh was indirectly speaking to Marietta Brew.
Mr Amu said Manasseh should speak up with the same energy he used top chastise corrupt issues under the Mahama administration.
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In other news, an aide to former President John Dramani Mahama, Stan Xoese Dogbe believes that there is no need to investigate the Airbus bribery case which cited Ghana as one of the countries involved.
According to a Facebook post sighted by YEN.com.gh, shared by Stan Dogbe, he said it is not really necessary since Ghana did not actually lose any money.
His somehow sarcastic comment comes in reaction to President Akufo-Addo's referral of the matter to the Special Prosecutor to investigate the said Ghanaian government officials involved in the case.
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