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Martin Amidu Releases Abusive Messages Sent To Him From ‘Nana B’


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Martin Amidu Releases Abusive Messages Sent To Him From ‘Nana B’

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Martin Amidu has released details of unprintable and abusive messages sent to him from one 'Nana B'.

It may be recalled that the former Special Prosecutor had earlier indicated he has been receiving threats and abusive messages after he resigned from office.

In a latest statement released after his 27-paged epistle, issued on 26th November 2020, he made public a recent abusive message sent to him:

On Thursday, November 19th, 2020, I received a telephone call on number 0500007614 which I did not pick the call to avoid receiving any verbal threats of harm to my person and particular because the number was not on my contact list and was unknown to me. The caller then sent me an SMS at 7:40 pm stating that: Otani gyimifoc”. Then yesterday, 27th November 2020 at 3:37 pm the same fellow using the same phone number sent me a second SMS: “Foolish man…kwasea like that. Wo maame tw3m mu tw3m”

According to him, “I showed the two SMS to a son who told me we could identify the fellow through an application on his phone. The true caller application identified the person as Nana B".

Read the full statement below


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