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Bawumia is deceiving Ghanaians, he learnt from Akufo-Addo – Martin Amidu

Martin Amidu, the first Special Prosecutor in Ghana, recently made a statement about Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia's plans to run for president.

Mr Amidu's three-page letter, dated February 15, 2024, addresses Bawumia's 'Vision for Ghana' discourse followed through on February 7 at the UPSA hall. After cautiously breaking down the discourse, Amidu inferred that Bawumia's vision needs innovation and is only a replication of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo's manner of speaking. He scrutinized Bawumia for neglecting to introduce a particular vision, recommending that it mirrors Akufo-Addo's system to beguile electors in both the 2016 and 2020 decisions. "I have perused Bawumia's vision a few times since had opportunity and willpower to do as such in the wake of conveying my feature address at the College for Improvement Concentrates on 8 February 2024 and he emerges to me like a copycat reproduction of the style and misleading convincingness sent by Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in winning the 2016 official decisions," he composed.

He went on to say that even though Akufo-Addo's government won elections both times, it only broke its promises to fight corruption: "on all the promises he made on taxes, use of natural resources for the benefits of the ordinary Ghanaian, the right of citizens to speak up and not be spectators: and above all the unprecedented unfulfilled plan and leadership commitment to fight corruption." Amidu contradicted political resistance and analysts who recommended that Bawumia had reduced most, if not all, connection with President Akufo-Addo by proposing to scrap specific expenses. "Bawumia's vision is a recurrent utilizing an imitation to camouflage a comparable persuading vision the Akufo-Addo/Bawumia group introduced to the Ghanaian electorate at the 2016 races.

"It is the same in structure and substance from the misleading vision group Akufo-Addo/Bawumia introduced even at the 2020 decisions when financial circumstances were extremely troublesome. "These dreams have forever been established upon vows to enhance the unforgiving expense conditions the confidential area and customary Ghanaians are confronting day to day in the commercial center," he focused.


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