Anti-corruption campaigner, Martin Alamisi Burnes Kaiser Amidu, has questioned the integrity of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) running mate Professor Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang, saying, her reputation and integrity has been put on the line to the whole world in the foreword “Working with Rawlings”.
“This is the book which the equally portrayed distinguished scholar Naana J. Opoku-Agyemang, PhD/FGA has put her reputation and integrity on the line to the whole world in the foreword when she stated that it is: “Written in clear, engaging prose, the writer invites the reader to receive the content of the narrative honestly delivered. The vivid, engaging and deeply reflective eye witness account couched in unencumbered prose, brings to the fore events narrated with open honesty and transparency”, Mr. Amidu disclosed.
“But wait until we get to examining how she could ethically have collaborated with the author and others to doctor an interview on Radio Gold with the President Emeritus, H. E., Flt Lt. J. J. Rawlings, to the public in 1996 which has shamefully been narrated in the book as a hallmark of integrity”, she quizzed.
He said the person who brought the autographed copy of the book to my residence has brought me trouble and he knew that by my nature “I will not shy away from an honest challenge when professional ethics of any profession is at stake.”
“I have taken up the challenge: and time and the pressure of my already onerous work schedule permitting, I intend to deal with the foregoing issues and more in a series of presentations.”
Mr. Amidu concluded saying “It is important for everybody to take notice and I hereby serve notice that I do not lay any claims to being a scholar or an academic.”
“I am not so self-conceited as to claim any intelligence or intellectual standing in society and I need none to function as any Ghanaian trying to live an honest life”, he added.