Citizen vigilante, Martin Amidu, has revealed shocking reports of corruption in Ghana's parliament.
The former Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Martin Amidu, is accusing parliamentarians of engaging in all forms of corruption, particularly in the 5th and 6th parliament of the 4th Republic.
Amidu’s shocking revelations follow the inauguration of the 7th parliament.
Below is an excerpt of the statement
The massive thrashing of the incumbent Looter Government of John Dramani Mahama (may God never give Ghana a corrupt and looter President like him again) by the President, Nana Akufo Addo and the New Patriotic Party, is a clear expression of the sovereign will of Ghanaians for accountability, transparency and fairness in governance to all citizens without fear or favour. The people voted against patronage, cronyism, ethnicity, and political party cryptocracy in bringing the President and the 7th Parliament into office.
The partisanship, cronyism, patronage, ethnicity, and endemic corruption of the Looter Governments of the Fifth and Sixth Governments of the Fourth Republic had been allowed by the majority to infect the fabric and conduct of Legislative business in the House. Corruption became endemically pervasive in the Fifth and Sixth Parliaments because of the deliberate acts of infection by the Presidents and Governments whose members made up the majority in those Parliaments.
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