Former attorney general and citizen vigilante, Martin Amidu has finally broken his silence over possibilities of having a ministerial post under Nana's government.
In a press statement, Amidu stated categorically that he is not interested in any ministerial post offered by the president elect.
“I am pleading with those professed friends, acquaintances and strangers who do not know me well or who hope to cultivate my gratitude by informing me of efforts, submissions, recommendations, or supplications they are making on my behalf for any appointment to please desist from doing so.
“What they are really doing is what is called in conflict studies “ingratiation”, which has within it the seeds for the potential of corruption. I suspect what is happening to me is happening to other patriotic citizens. It is not in the interest of the President- Elect, his Government or the incoming Parliament. Such actions are inevitably a harbinger of cronyism and corruption in the body polity,” the statement said.
Martin Amidu's plea follows recent reports that he was been eyed for the post of independent prosecutor under the incoming NPP administration.