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Businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome, responding to the Supreme Court ruling for former Attorney General Martin Amidu to cross examine him, says the court is on a mission to persecute and disgrace him.

He lamented in a live Facebook interview with Graphic Online, saying "I disagree totally with the ruling . . . I am speaking as a citizen, and I feel that the Supreme Court is persecuting me."

But addressing the issue on Thursday's edition of Peace FM's Kokrokoo, the former NPP MP for Evalue-Gwira, Catherine Abelema Afeku called on Mr. Woyome to make peace with Ghanaians.

She advised Mr. Woyome to end the conspiracy theory surrounding the GHC 51 million paid to him by the State, by disclosing all his accessories in the infamous judgment debt saga.

Mrs. Abelema Afeku noted that the Supreme Court ruling that Martin Amidu can orally examine him (Woyome) is a great opportunity for him (Woyome) to absolve himself.

On Thursday, the 24th of November; Ghana will sit still. My expectation is for Mr. Woyome to tell the truth . . . He will have the opportunity. The family should encourage him to talk. Whatever the conspiracy theory is, he should shed light on it for Ghanaians to be at peace with him and himself.

“Whatever happened from the abrogated stadia contract, from financial engineering, from his court entries, from discontinuation, from Martin Amidu who’s insisting that there’s something fishy about it; Mr. Woyome, this is your chance to set yourself free.

Source: Ameyaw Adu Gyamfi /Peacefmonline.com/Ghana

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