Lawyer Edudzi Tamakloe has described as diversionary attempt by Martin Amidu to investigate the Airbus Bribery scandal.
"As for this government anytime they are under pressure they look for something to divert attention," he said in an interview on Neat FM, Wednesday.
The Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) has invited four individuals to assist in investigations into an alleged act of bribery and related offence in the purchase of three aircrafts from Airbus SE for Ghana.
Those invited include: UK/Ghanaian citizen Samuel Adam Foster alias Samuel Adam Mahama and UK nationals; Philip Sean Middlemiss; Sarah Davis and Sarah Furneaux.
However, Edudzi Tamakloe believes, Martin Amidu's quest to get to the root of the Airbus scandal is 'much ado about nothing' and further bemoaned why the Special Prosecutor is allowing himself to be 'used for a political agenda at his age'.
It's just much ado about nothing. In this era of coronavirus where our borders have been closed how are they going to come; to do what? If the time is not right, why are you publishing it? This is mere politics. Have you seen an invitation where passport details and guarantors are published?
Listen to him in the video below
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