Francis Adomako, the Ashanti Regional Organiser of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) has alleged that the former President, John Mahama wants power to carry out more corrupt acts.
According to the regional executive, the very actions of the former president despite he being out of power still speaks about how he conducted himself while he was in office.
Speaking to the Ghanaian Observer Newspaper Monday morning, Mr Adomako said the ongoing Airbus saga where an amount of 3million euros is alleged to have been given to some unnamed government officials is a testament of how the former President led his life as leader of Ghana from 2011 to 2016.
The NPP regional officer said the details of the airbus deal was so stinking for it to be associated with the former Head of State.
‘’Some of us are not shocked with the unfolding revelations on the alleged bribes taken by elements in the NDC as well as persons close to the former President, John Mahama’’.
Mr Adomako noted that the silence of the former President on the ongoing expose was too deafening.
The regional executive of the NPP said the infamous defense of the former Attorney General (AG), Marrietta Brew Appiah Oppong on the issue was laughable.
He noted that rather attacking the issues put out in the expose by the UK courts as well as the Serious Fraud Office the former AG decided to insult the intelligence of the public.
Mr Adomako mentioned that the worrying aspect of the ill-informed rebuttal of the former AG was the angle where she decided to impugn the image of journalists and trained media practitioners who had carried the story.
‘’ I want to tell the former AG that when you have a good case you don’t dwell on insinuations and insults to prove your innocence’’, Mr Adomako posited.
The regional organiser said the NPP would not waste their time on Mahama but would make his deeds known to the world.
He said the details of the issues and possible prosecutions would be left to the special prosecutor to handle same.
Mr Adomako therefore welcomed the inquiry into the unfolding saga and cautioned current ministers to watch their actions.
‘’We should be guided by what is unfolding because one day when we are out of office we may be confronted with some of the actions we undertook and I pray it does not turn out bad like what has happened to Mr Mahama’’, Mr Adomako advised.