NPP’s Garry Nimako said there was no need for the former Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu to send the Agyapa report to Akufo-Addo.
According to him, the Act establishing his office does not require him to represent a report to the President even for the fact that the President did not call for the assessment.
He questioned what Martin Amidu was seeking to do by sending the report to the President.
Speaking on TV3 he said he does not see any interference as claimed by the former Special Prosecutor but rather a direction to him to include the responses of those indicted in the report.
Garry Nimako said looking at the events of the past days it clearly shows that Martin Amidu just wanted to resign.
He explained that there are several investigations being carried out by the Special Prosecutor and the President has never commented on it except the Agyapa report which he sent to the Presidency.
Garry Nimako said a fair hearing request does not mean interference.
He also said he is very disappointed in his decision to resign looking at the confidence and trust the President and the people of this country have in him.
Garry Nimako further described the report as a one-sided report and should not be encouraged because it won’t suffice in court.