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Mahama’s Black Stars’ Commission is an attempt to cover up- Amidu

Former Attorney General, Martin Amidu has waded into the controversial Presidential Commission set up to investigate issues relating to the just ended 2014 World Cup, accusing the government of trying to cover up.’I am not aware that the NDC has changed its anti-economic crime and corruption agenda as founding principles rooted in the 4 th  June and 31 st  December Revolutions to now cover-up crimes by its political elite and government appointees using Commissions of Enquiry as Truth and Reconciliation Commissions,” Martin Amidu said in a statement issued, Wednesday.The statement was in reaction to a story on in which Sports Minister Mahama Ayariga said the decision by government to elevate the Black Stars Committee into that of a commission was informed by the Ghana@50 ruling.Per that ruling, public servants against whom adverse findings are made in a presidential commission of enquiry are not to be prosecuted.Adverse findings were made against former Chief of Staff Kwadwo Mpiani and CEO of the defunct Ghana@50 Secretariat Charles Wereko Brobbey in a Presidential Commission set up in 2009 but an attempt to prosecute them at the court failed as the judge, Justice Marful-Sau ruled that the two, having already appeared before the Commission to testify, could not be prosecuted.Mahama Ayariga told they were guided by that scenario in their decision to appoint a Commission instead of the Committee which was initially announced.According to him, President John Mahama preferred a Commission which would provide comprehensive information on what went wrong with the Black Stars campaign with the view to changing systems rather than just searching for criminal prosecutions which a committee’s finding may merely lead to.’Right from the beginning you have to decide which punishment you want. …

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Photos: Meet Transport Minister, Dzifa Ativor

Dzifa Ativor, Minister for Transport, was born on February 22, 1956 in the Volta region.She attended the Evangelical Presbyterian Primary School at Abutia Teti between 1960 and 1970. …


FG suspends NFF N235m Monthly Grant

The Federal Government has decided to withdraw its financial support for the general engagements of the national football body, Nigeria Football Federation. …