Re: Woyome not against new post for Mills' appointees

Source: 
Ghana | RadioXYZonline.com

The Office of Alfred Woyome has clarified reports by his spokesperson Kwame Tawiah that any appointment to persons who served in the Mills administration would be legally challenged.
 
A statement signed by Mr Woyome's office stated that all attempts to reach Kwame Tawiah on the issue have proved futile.
 
The statement also stated that Mr Woyome has not issued a warning to President Mahama not to appoint persons  “connected to the fabrications of allegations and those involved in the so called ‘arrest’, leading to the numerous cases in the courts should not be considered now for appointment until after the determination of the cases, which may establish their culpability or otherwise”.
 
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Our attention has been drawn to a 9th January 2013 publication on Ghanaweb supposedly granted by the spokesperson for Mr Woyome; Kwame Tawiah to Radio XYZ.
 
The office has made several attempts to reach Kwame Tawiah on all his known phone numbers on receipt of this information to no avail.
 
The office has not commented on any such issues, and is not against any appointment to persons who served in the Mills Administration. We would also not take legal action should anyone be appointed.
 
Our office also did not warn President Mahama in the last press encounter. What was said, was an advice exercised by a citizen of this country to the President; that people who are connected to the fabrications of allegations and those involved in the so called ‘arrest’, leading to the numerous cases in the courts should not be considered now for appointment until after the determination of the cases, which may establish their culpability or otherwise.
 
We would like to categorically state that our office has not issued any such statement on this issue.
 
Signed
Office of Mr. Alfred Woyome