Just like his predecessor, Special Prosecutor nominee, Kissi Agyebeng, is willing to resign if faced with challenges that are not easily surmountable.
Mr. Agyebeng said, although his first inclination will be to “persevere along” amid difficult times, he will throw in the towel if the challenges become unbearable.
He was however optimistic that he would not be faced with the situation of having to give up the job due to some challenges.
“My first inclination will be to persevere along because that is my calling and oath that I have sworn. Unless it becomes so unbearable, then I will say, the Republic should take its job. But I am not that kind of person. I am not predisposed to that kind of open confrontation,” he said this during his vetting in Parliament on Thursday, July 22, 2021, when he asked about what his reaction would be should he be confronted with the problems his predecessor faced.
Kissi Agyebeng was nominated as Special Prosecutor months after his predecessor, Martin Amidu resigned in November 2020.