The Founder of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) has been advocating a separation of the two offices.
According to him, a separation will shield the Office from “the negative effects of partisan politics”.
The appointment of a Minister of Justice by the president makes that person the Attorney General by the Constitution.
On his official Facebook page on Friday, a day after the ruling on Woyome, Dr Nduom suggested that an Independent Prosecutor can be appointed in place of the Attorney General if there are separate offices in order to save the country from losing millions of Cedis through judgement debts.
In pronouncing judgement on Thursday, High Court judge John Ajet-Nassam indicated that the state prosecutor provided little evidence to implicate Mr Woyome of any wrongdoing.
But many have ascribed politics to the posture of the state attorneys though the AG has assured that the judgement will be thoroughly studied for an action to be taken.
“We must all join in this and make it an all-inclusive crusade against corruption,” stated Dr Nduom.
By Emmanuel Kwame Amoh|3news.com|Ghana]]>