The Special Prosecutor of Ghana Mr. Martin Amidu has glanced his “eagle eye” through Professor Kwamena Ahwoi’s mightiest book titled “Working With Rawlings” and bitterly bits him with his “python’s lips” in the open.
According to Mr. Martin Amidu, Professor Kwamena Ahwoi has baited him with he “Working with Rawlings” with the romours about him that turned into shameless fact. Though he felt worry and disappointment in the author, he has swallowed the “poison bait” against his personality.
In his latest statement is respond to Prof. Kwamena Ahwoi, he said, though he decided not battle with the author, he has raised finger in protest against his internalized penchant for reaping where he has not sown.
Read below Martin Amidu’s statement on Kwamena Ahwoi’s book…
“Mr. Kwamena Ahwoi’s Working with Rawlings falsely presents the author as the alter ego of the PNDC Government and the NDC1 and NDC2 Governments. The author has ingeniously appropriated PNDC policies and achievements as though the PNDC could not have functioned and achieved any reasonable success for ushering Ghana into a true democracy and decentralization without him.
The impression that if Mr. Kwamena Ahwoi had not been born or had died the PNDC would have ceased to exist upon his demise may be the product of a figment of an infected mind and everybody knows that nobody is indispensible in this world. The world would move on without any of us, high or low.
I have not read any of Kwamena Ahwoi’s previous works. Kwamena Ahwoi’s Working with Rawlings, however, contains several inexcusable witting misstatements, factual errors, and conclusions. The fact that no finger had been raised against his uncontested previous scholarly works does not mean that no finger can be raised against his “Working with Rawlings”.
Kwamena Ahwoi baited me with his “Working with Rawlings” with the romours about me he turned into shameless fact. I have swallowed the bait. I have raised my finger in protest against his internalized penchant for reaping where he has not sown.
I am challenging the accuracy of his historical knowledge and conclusions as a matter of fair comment and in the public interest. I have shown in the foregoing disclosures that I am qualified to challenge and critique Kwamena Ahwoi’s Working with Rawlings. Stay with me! I shall be back. Ghana First…”