So if you are a former president and you see something going on in the country you have no right to talk about it? Mahama fumes

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The leader of Ghana’s biggest opposition party and former president John Dramani Mahama has told the Attorney General, Godfred Yeboah Dame has said no one cannot prevent him from speaking out on important national concerns.

Dame criticized the former president for his latest remark about the judiciary on Monday (12 September).

As “an unjustifiable attack on the credibility of Ghana’s courts,” he called Mahama’s statement. However, Mahama asserted that it is his responsibility as a former president to address global concerns in order to give them the attention they require.

He stated that he is unconcerned by comments from people who are angered by his critiques of the judiciary in an interview with TV3 on Monday (12 September).

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In an interview with TV3 on Monday (12 September), he said he is unconcerned by attacks from people who are offended by his criticisms of the judiciary.

Mahama said, “The judiciary is the last arbiter. We can disagree, and we can have quarrels in Parliament eventually when we are unable to agree, we all go to the justice system and we must have confidence that it will do fairly and will do so according to the law and in the public interest that’s all I was saying.”

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“So how he [Attorney General] can interpret that to mean that I was imprudent … So if you are a former president and you see something going on in the country you have no right to talk about it? Is that what he is saying?”

He added, “No, I won’t let him take that right away from me. If I see something going wrong, I will point it out. It is my duty to do so.”

SOURCE: www.Ghbase.com

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