Police Superintendent George Asare has agreed with COP George Alex Mensah’s assertions that the leaked tape, which Bugri Naabu admitted to recording, was masterminded by the Inspector General of Police.
According to Superintendent Asare, his intel points to the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), George Akuffo Danpare, as being the one who facilitated the recording of the leaked tape.
He asserted that “the IGP agreed with Bugri Naabu after Bugri Naabu had gone to inform the IGP that “somebody wants your post, oo, he has come to me,” to the extent that the CV that was collected from Commissioner and sent to Bugri Naabu by those boys The CV that was intended for the appointing authorities, he gave it to the IGP.”
Superintendent Asare said he had more information to produce but feared they had a tendency to tamper with national security and would wish to reveal more in camera.
“I will be happy that I say more when I am in camera because it is not a healthy development at all,” he stated.
“If you could remember when Alhaji [Bugri Naabu] called me, he knew my name and that I was Asare, but God works under mysterious circumstances. I don’t know what moved Bugri Naabu to call me Asante.
And the Asante, per our intelligence, is a corporal or sergeant who has been promoted to go to police college to become an ASP. And this same ASP—it was Commissioner George Alex Mensah who made him go to the peacekeeping mission. ‘Masa, let me say this in camera”. Superintendent Asare added
The media were advised to excuse the committee while they interrogated the police officer for the rest of the details in-camera.
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