-The Crime Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service has cleared Charles Bissue of all charges levelled against him
- A report clearing Bissue from the allegations stated that the documentary which showed him taking money from undercover reporters was not true
- The report also stated that Anas Aremeyaw Anas failed to cooperate with the CID in the course of the investigations
The former Secretary to the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Illegal Mining has been cleared of corruption charges brought against him after an investigative video was released.
The Police CID cleared Charles Cromwell Bissue after it concluded its four-month investigation into Tiger Eye PI’s allegations leveled against him.
Bissue was accused by undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas and his Tiger Eye PI team of circumventing the law to grant mining license to ORR Resource Enterprise to engage in small scale mining while a ban on same was in force.
According to Daily Graphic, a report clearing Bissue from the allegations stated that the documentary which showed him taking money from undercover reporters was not a true reflection of what transpired between Bissue and the assigns of the said ORR Resource Enterprise.
The report also stated that Anas Aremeyaw Anas failed to cooperate with the CID in the course of the investigations.
The raw and unedited footage which was demanded by the CID from the journalist was not submitted.
Anas has, however, stated that he has submitted the said raw and unedited footage to the office of the Special Prosecutor.
To the extent that the Office of Special Prosecutor, as a statutory body, took possession of the raw footage and werre ready to provide it to investigators upon request.
The CID’s investigations also revealed that no mining activity had taken place at the site of ORR Enterprise which is located at Dawuaso in the Ashanti Region.
The report then exonerated all suspects cited in the documentary; Graphic said, quoting the report which said: “at the conclusion of investigations…none of the suspects was found to be culpable for any offense.”
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