Former Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu has hit clapped back at persons labeling him out on ethnic grounds following his resignation from the office.
After releasing a 27-page response to the presidency following the government’s reaction to his resignation in less than 24 hours, he has however revealed in another statement, a text exchange between a person identified as ‘Nana B’ and himself which he claimed he was insulted on the grounds of ethnicity over his resignation.
Martin Amidu explained that on November 19th, 2020 he earlier received a call from a number he wasn’t familiar with hence decided not to answer to avoid verbal threats but the caller sent him a message which reads “Otani Gyimifoc”
He emphasized that ‘Nana B’ continue to text him after his 27 page response time to the presidency with insults addressing him with unpredictable words.
The former Special Prosecutor expressed his disappointment in the person who resorted to using ethnicism to insult him over his decision to resign from his office.
He added that “I am an ‘Otani’ and a citizen of Ghana under the 1992 Constitution till I am buried in the bosom of the Motherland. The internalized perception by some Ghanaians that people from the former NT who are full-blooded Ghanaians since 1957 are inferior citizens have been exposed by the sender of this SMS and his puppet masters”