President accepts Amidu Resignation; directs emoluments to be paid


President Akuffo has accepted the resignation letter of the Special Prosecutor and has directed that all the benefits due him should be paid accordingly.

This comes after the Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu yesterday in a letter addressed to the president officially resigned from his position as the Special Prosecutor, after just 2 years and 8 months into his position.

In a letter signed by the Chief of Staff, Frema Opare, it indicated that the government will address some of the issues raised by Mr. Martin Amidu later.

“The President has taken due note of the other matters raised in your letter, and the government will issue a statement responding to them in due course.”


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