Anti-corruption campaigner Martin Alamisi Amidu has called on Ghanaians to vote out President John Dramani Mahama before the country is robbed to the last pesewa. According to Mr Amidu, President Mahama has been involved in several shady deals at the expense of the tax payer.
In a statement released on his official page on Monday, December 5, Mr Amidu, who was Attorney General and Minister of Justice while President Mahama was Vice President, said the president “is no newcomer to the corrupt practice of aiding the looting of the public purse”.
“In the E.O. Group and Tullow Oil deal, Mahama aided the pocketing of US$13 million that was meant for the public purse.
“The suspected corruption in the Brazil Embraer Aircraft saga, which involved Mahama, was covered up after Mills’ death, despite late President Mills’ steps to have the matter investigated.
“Mahama made deals with a Burkina Faso contractor in exchange for a Ford Expedition filled with US dollars to fund his 2012 election campaign.” Mr Amidu, who calls himself the Citizen Vigilante, stated that Ghanaians should not give Mr Mahama another chance “that in the end always leave the people of Ghana poorer”.