NDC flagbearer hopeful and Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin has said the special prosecutor, Martin Amidu is “likely to quit” his job due to lack of resources to work effectively.
Martin Amidu has for the past months been lamenting over lack of cooperation on the part of government appointees in providing him with evidence to prosecute cases of corruption and the needed resources to work.
In a radio interview last month, Martin said his office is not well-equipped making it difficult for him to work, one of the challenges hi mention was under-resourced investigators.
Expressing his views on the predicament of the office on StarrFM, Bagbin said state institutions tasked to fight corruption are weak because they have not been tooled to effectively fight the menace.
According to him, he foresees a situation where the special prosecutor could become frustrated and “he is likely to quit.”