Martin Amidu Reveals President Mahama Wanted To Sell Daily Graphic Corp

Martin Amidu Reveals President Mahama Wanted To Sell Daily Graphic Corp

Former Attorney General Martin Amidu has stated that he played a major role preventing President John Dramani from selling the Graphic Corporation Group while he, the President was deputy communications minister under the administration of President Jerry John Rawlings.

The outspoken former attorney general, in a statement reveals that President Mahama was bent on selling the state corporation but thanks to his legal advice and counsel to Jerry Rawlings, such a move never happened.

In the meantime, no official statement from the office of the President has been released in reaction to Mr Amidu's claims.

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