Citizen vigilante and former attorney general, Martin Amidu, says the victory of Nana Addo in the just ended elections is an answered prayer by God.
In an open letter to the president elect, Martin Amidu, says now is the time for the newly elected NPP government to retrieve the 51 million cedi judgement debt paid to the NDC financier.
“It is my personal prayer that upon your assumption of office on 7th January 2017 you will as the President of Ghana with your Government, and the new Parliament of Ghana reciprocate the trust and confidence reposed in you at these elections by getting our Woyome and Waterville looted monies back in the shortest possible time,” Martin Amidu revealed.
Akufo-Addo, who was contesting his third straight presidential election, secured 5,716,026 votes, representing 53.85 percent, to beat Mahama, who managed 4,713,277 votes, which represented 44.40 per cent.
The Progressive People’s (PPP) Candidate, Papa Kwesi Nduom, had 105,682 votes ( 1%). The Conventions Peoples Congress (CPP) candidate, Ivor Greenstreet, got 25,395 (0.24%). Nana Konadu Rawlings of the National Democratic Party (NDP) had 16,878 (0.16%). Independent Candidate Jacob Osei Yeboah also secured 15,879 votes.