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Ambulance Case: Keep quiet and allow the prosecution continue – NPP replies NDC

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The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has urged the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to avoid any conduct that might compromise the credibility of Ghana’s legal institutions.

The NPP insists that Minority Leader Dr. Cassiel Ato Forson be permitted to undergo due legal procedure concerning the current ambulance procurement litigation.

This appeal comes in the wake of a purported 16-minute recording surfacing, allegedly capturing dialogue between the Attorney General and the case’s third defendant, Richard Jakpa.

Addressing the press on Tuesday, May 28, the Director of Legal Affairs for the NPP, Frank Davies, urged the NDC to trust the legal system.

“If it is the firm belief of the NDC and Ato Forson that no loss had occasioned the state from his conduct, then they should remain faithful to our judicial system and cease these malicious orchestrations targeted at bastardising our judicial system to prevent him from standing trial to a conclusion, they should just keep quiet and allow proceedings in court to continue,” he stated.

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