Office of the Special Prosecutor staff shocked by Amidu’s resignation
Staff of the Office of Special Prosecutor are yet to come to terms with the sudden resignation of their boss, Martin Amidu.
Umaru Sanda Amadu after a visit to the Labone office of the Special Prosecutor said staff were seen going about their normal duties in silence.
It is a very quiet place today. Often you see vehicles coming in with people coming to be interrogated or people coming to file a complaint or people coming to see the special prosecutor, all of that is missing today. No busyness here at the premises.”
“The sight of fairly busy premises from persons going in and out of the office was completely missing. The staff strength here is less than 20 and these are people who have been moving around quietly in doing their work, from the soldiers who man the gate to the secretary, driver, bodyguards to the investigators and prosecutors and even the deputy Cynthia Lamptey,” Umaru Sanda Amadu reported.