An Attorney General during the Mills administration, Betty Mould-Iddrisu has opened up about the actions of government on issues that caused public outrage.
Betty Mould-Iddrisu admits the government sometimes acted erroneously and made mistakes in the manner it handled some issues that came up during her time as Attorney General under the Mills administration.
Such errors, she was quick to add, were not criminally or fraudulently wrong but errors committed because they are human.
Speaking to Kwabena Kyenkyenhene Boateng, host of '21minutes with KKB', Betty Mould Iddrisu clarified that though there were errors made, at no point did she or the government act unprofessionally in those instances.
Betty Mould-Iddrisu who doubles as Vice Chairman of main opposition party NDC held the view that the bashing she received for her actions when in government were partially because she was a 'woman at the very top'
"I think it is one of the hazards of politics, it's one of the hazards of putting yourself out there and it is one of the hazards unfortunately of being a woman at the very top. Sometimes you can't see that they are sharpening the knives for you, sometimes also we were wrong in some of our actions, erroneously wrong, not criminally wrong or fraudulently wrong but erroneously wrong. We are humans, we make mistakes" she disclosed on 21minutes with KKB.
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