- The former Special Prosecutor has accused one "Nana B" of insulting him
- Martin Amidu believes the serial insults is as a report of the Agyapa Report
- The anti-corruption campaigner revealed series of text messages that contained unkind words
Martin Amidu, has released in detail a recent anonymous text message to him. This message, filled with insults and incendiary words, has got the anti-corruption crusader wondering if the stance for probity and accountability is a crime in Ghana.
Amidu, in a press report, released the phone number that sent him that message. In his narration, Martin Amidu stated;
“On Thursday, I received a telephone call on number 0500007614, but I did not pick the call to avoid receiving any verbal threats to harm my person. The caller then sent me an SMS at 7:410OM stating that: “Otani gyimifor”. Then, 27th November 2020 at 3:37 PM, the same fellow using the same phone number sent me a second SMS; “Foolish man...kwasea like that. Wo maame tw3m mu tw3m”.
Measuring how incendiary the message was, Martin Amidu conferred with a phone savvy who showed him “how to identify the fellow through an application on his phone. The True Caller application identified the person as a Nana B. Consequently, at 11:04pm.”
This, according to Martin Amidu, was his response:
“Nana B! Dombo. BK Adama, Tedam, Alhaji Ibn Sali, Bawumia ets. Are all otafor. I am very proud and thank God I'm otani. My maame died long ago and her soul thanks your civil upbringing. This is your second threat to me and you must be ready to take responsibility for them.”
Yen.com.gh can’t confirm or deny if the Executive Secretary of President Akufo Addo, Nana Bediatu, is behind the text message to Martin Amidu. Meanwhile, the former special prosecutor has pointed out the Executive Secretary of the President, Nana Bediatuo Asante, as the shadow behind the secret text message.
“Thank you, Nana B, for speaking for your puppet masters through SMS to denigrate my “Otani” ethnic origin on account of my professionally conducted Agyapa Royalties Transactions anti-corruption assessment report,” he concluded.
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