Martin Amidu remembers 2012 BNI trauma that 'disenfranchised' him

Martin Amidu remembers 2012 BNI trauma that 'disenfranchised' him

The former Attorney General, Martin Amidu has opened up about his excitement to vote this year after 8 years, after he was 'disenfranchised' in 2012.

Martin Amidu narrated his unpleasant experience with the Bureau of National Investigation in December 2012, which lead to his inability to vote that year.

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Martin Amidu remembers how BNI trauma disenfranchised him

Martin Amidu

"I am looking forward to the fact that tomorrow I can vote. Last four years because of the trauma I couldn’t vote, it was so traumatic I couldn’t vote,” he said.

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Martin Amidu has been actively pushing for change from President Mahama's administration, however in the interview he did not state which party he would be voting for.

Martin Amidu remembers 2012 BNI trauma that 'disenfranchised' him

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