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Former Lands Minister, Inusah Fuseini says Special Prosecutor nominee, Martin Amidu is incorruptible.

According to him, Mr Martin Amidu will even fight an empty room if he believes the air in the room is associated to corrupt practice.

“Amidu is beyond control; no one can control him. I have confidence in him that he will work in the nation’s interest and not himself. He is incorruptible and can even fight an empty room if he believes the air in the room is corrupt” he said on Accra-based Okay FM.

Martin Amidu on Tuesday faced Parliament’s Appointments Committee in what could probably be the longest ever vetting session in the 4th Republic.

He responded to over 150 questions from members of the committee in the over 8-hour long session.

Many social media commentaries suggest that Martin Amidu will be approved following his performance, even as the Committee is yet to officially prepare its report.

The nominee himself has said that he believes he has nothing to lose whether or not he is approved to serve in the capacity as Special Prosecutor, despite massive endorsements from many Ghanaians including former President Jerry John Rawlings.

And, the Tamale Central MP believes the Special Prosecutor nominee will not do any political party’s bidding.

Mr. Fuseini who is also the ranking Member on Constitutional and Legal Affairs in Parliament noted that the special prosecutor’s office is a national office that requires competence to run and that, per the qualifications needed to select the candidate, Martin Amidu is the best bet.

Source: adomnews

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