Former Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Martin Amidu has stated categorically that he will not be intimidated by Former President John Dramani Mahama and businessman Alfred Agbesie Woyome.
He says he will rather defend the constitution of the country than allow himself be intimidated by the two.
In his latest response to a petition filed by two supporters of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Evans Amankwah and Abigail Elom Mensah calling for sanctions to be applied against him, he said “I will rather defend the 1992 Constitution than be intimidated by John Mahama, Woyome, and their surrogates’ unconstitutional petitions”
“I was not surprised that the petition followed immediately after Valerie Sawyerr’s lying, incoherent, disjointed and drunken-like diatribes against former President Rawlings and me. Clearly the John Mahama faction, their surrogates like Valerie Sawyerr and the petitioners who admit to being failed parliamentary candidates at the last elections and others mentors within the NDC think they can frighten core NDC members like myself with threats of disciplinary action”