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WHO HAS RESPONSIBILITY TO PROSECUTE SEKYI HUGHES?

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2009-04-01 10:56:34


In the US the FBI has the responsibility to investigate matters of corruption involving congressmen and senators, the federal prosecutors in the Attorney-general's outfit have responsibility for prosecuting the case.

So I ask, who has responsibility for arresting or prosecuting Mr Sekyi Hughes, the ex-speaker of parliament who stole every govt property he could lay his hands on.

I have a hunch that this case is going nowhere if left in the hands of the leaders of the current parliament. These leaders may be NDC, but Sekyi Hughes was one of them. None of these leaders, including Bagbin, is likely to press for Hughes' prosecution.

We need some answers on this case. The questions are; must parliament report the crime to the police or BNI before a case of corruption is brought against Mr. Hughes? What is the procedure? What about Chraj? Can they investigate this case on their own without referral/complaint from parliament? What can the Attorney-General do in the absence of an official complaint from parliament?

Clearly an intentional crime has been commited by Sekyi Hughes. Why is he not being charged, and why is he walking around promising to pay for the items? When have ever allowed a goat thief to simply pay for the goat in order to avoid a criminal charge? Why must Sekyi Hughes be treated differently?

So, I ask again, who has responsibility for charging and prosecuting Sekyi Hughes?

[This is an authentic posting from DAWU (Registered User)]
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