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.
He warned that if President Mahama was retained in office, “we cannot get our GHc 51.2 million GHc Back because he will continue to protect Woyome.”
The Supreme Court has adjourned the case between former Attorney General Martin Amidu, and NDC financier, Mr. Alfred Agbesi Woyome for the sum of GHC51.2 millio
Two applications filed at the Supreme Court could delay former Attorney General, Martin Amidu’s oral examination of businessman Alfred Woyome today,Thursday.
Amidu argued that the besieged businessman Alfred Woyome could reveal politically explosive information during the examination that could destroy Mahama
Martin Amidu strikes back after current Deputy Attorney General, Dominic Ayine, made comments about the former Attorney General on a public platform calling him
The supreme court, presided over by Justice Anim Yeboah, ordered Woyome to make himself available in court for Martin Amidu to orally examine him on the payment
Ex Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Martin Amidu, has spoke out against EC Boss, Madam Charlotte Osei, saying that he felt she is incapable of deliveri
Martin Amidu, who has been engaging in a running battle with the party since leaving the Mills government under bizarre circumstances said, the EC wants to rig
Former attorney general, Martin Amidu, has reiterated his claim that the chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC), Madam Charlotte Osei, is planning to rig
Former attorney general Martin Amidu has described the jailing of the Montie by the Supreme Court as unconstitutional