Advocacy group, Center for National Affairs (CNA) has said it will offer ‘resources’ to former Attorney-General, Martin Amidu should he express interest in taking legal action against 'unconstitutional' activities of the government.
The Attorney-General who was sacked in January this year, issued a letter on Wednesday explaining the circumstances surrounding his dismissal.
He also dared President John Mills' administration to publish a letter he wrote exposing certain individuals, including he the President, else he would expose them if they continue to tarnish his image.
The CNA has thus extended a hand to the former AG should he need any help in going through with the legal threat.
Speaking to Citi FM, Policy Analyst for the Centre, Rocky Obeng, said his outfit offers help to persons who “have genuine cases and verifiable circumstances that indicate that they have resource constraints.”
He added, “If Mr. Amidu were to approach the center, at this stage, we will look into the merit of the case per our operations, and offer support if it seeks to address a case of unconstitutionality.”
Mr. Obeng said if Mr Amidu’s case was on the grounds of unconstitutionality, the CNA would then determine if a pursuit of the case would restore some level of good governance and dignity to the state.
Although it is yet unclear whether Mr. Amidu will seek any form of legal action, he has threatened to reveal more details on the Woyome GHC51 million judgement saga, if the Mills-led government did anything to "bring his integrity into disrepute."
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