The Supreme Court has asked the Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu, to dialogue with the Attorney General to provide the needed information which will help in the retrieval of €47,365,624 paid to Waterville.
The instruction of the court comes after Matin Amidu dragged the Attorney-General to the apex court on the grounds that the department failed to carry out an order to retrieve a €47 million judgement debt paid illegally to Waterville Holding.
According to the court, even though the suit filed by Mr Amidu was aimed at helping the state to retrieve the money, it did not have proper grounding as the Apex court had already made a decision on it.
It further asked the attorney general who sought for the suit to be dismissed on the basis of incompetence to engage Martin Amidu in order to get the needed information he claims is in their possession to help get the money paid.
Mr Amidu who filed the suit as a private citizen holds that it has been more than a year since the case, “Martin Amidu vs Attorney General & Waterville Holding (BVI) Limited by Martin A. B. K. Amidu” was determined by an Arbitration Tribunal but the order has not been carried out.