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Correct Your Misinformation ASAP – Charles Bissue To OSP Official Sammy Darko2 min read

Correct Your Misinformation ASAP – Charles Bissue To OSP Official Sammy Darko<span class="wtr-time-wrap after-title"><span class="wtr-time-number">2</span> min read</span>
Charles Cromwell Onuawonto Bissue

Charles Cromwell Onuawonto Bissue

Former Secretary of the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Illegal Mining (IMCIM) Charles Cromwell Onuawonto Bissue is demanding an immediate correction on some statements made by the Director of Strategy, Research and Communication at the Office of Special Prosecutor (OSP), Sammy Darko.

According to Mr Bissue, Mr Darko had gone on a spree in an interview stating that he, Mr Bissue, has withdrawn all applications filed against the OSP with respect to his case.

“I deem this to be a calculated agenda by Sammy Darko and the OSP, to mislead Ghanaians and other interested persons or actors in this matter,” the former Presidential Staffer stated in a press release dated 10 July, 2023.

“It is clearly a case of distortion of facts, unless Sammy Darko is not seized with the facts of processes filed by my lawyers at the court, and I may pardon him for that.”

The former Western Region Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) said two applications are currently pending in court.

“I wish to put on record that not all the applications have been withdrawn. Two applications are currently pending,” Mr Bissue pointed out, citing his judicial review on Friday, June 2 and his application for the enforcement of fundamental human rights filed on Wednesday, June 14.

“I also wish to correct Sammy Darko’s assertion that I filed an application just when the OSP had issued notices of having concluded the investigation into the Galamsey Fraud Part 1 documentary,” he added, insisting his first application was sometime in December 2022.

“I, therefore, entreat Sammy Darko to correct this misinformation as soon as possible.

“I take cognizance of processes being pursued at the court in respect of these matters, and as such will exercise restraint in the face of provocation to react.”

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