Private legal practitioner Martin Kpebu has urged the Special Prosecutor, Kissi Agyebeng not to resign from his work.
According to him, he believes that the Special Prosecutor is experiencing some frustrations in the exercise of his duties.
This comes after Mr. Kissi Agyebeng on Wednesday, November 29, was worried that given the current trend of rulings on his cases the country is headed towards doom in the fight against corruption.
Mr. Agyebeng during a press conference went ahead to mention some examples such as the court ruling which acquitted former government official, Madam Cecilia Dapaah, in a corruption case.
“As I said, I wasn’t sounding like a prophet of doom but there is Doom looming ahead of us, that very soon a murderer will boldly walk to go to seek an injunction. Should I feel frustrated and resign? I took an oath and in my life when I take on the reins to do something, I do it to the best of my ability,’ Kissi Agyebeng said.
Despite these frustrations and remarks from the Special Prosecutor, Lawyer Kpebu believes that the SP should not resign from post.
“Obviously, as for the frustration, it is written large, you see it. It’s been clear from the start of the press conference, it’s clear that he’s frustrated, and he didn’t mince words. Throughout, he has been emphatic and very clear about the frustration. He mentioned four cases in which the ruling shouldn’t have gone that way,” Lawyer Kpebu said in a Citi News interview.
Martin Kpebu added that “no, we can’t think about a resignation…I don’t think Mr Kissi Agyebeng should do that.”