Man spends more hours at BNI for insulting Mahama

Man spends more hours at BNI for insulting Mahama

The Ghanaian-Lebanese pilot and author who made offensive statements against President John Mahama is said to be in the Bureau of National Investigation (BNI) custody after 48 hours.

Fadi Dabboussie was arrested around midday on Friday upon arrival from an Egypt Air flight from Lebanon.

According to his lawyer, Hassan Tampuli, director of BNI, Yaw Donkor caused the arrest of his client. Lawyer Tampuli also revealed that he had been denied access to his client.

Man spends more hours at BNI for insulting Mahama

Fadi Dabboussie

I have been to the office of the BNI, and I was denied access to him. I was told the officer responsible for the case was not in the office and that I can only have access to him on Monday,” Mr Tampuli told Joy News.

Mr Dabboussie is the author of a book titled “59 years of Ghana to Nowhere: The Future is Now”, a book said to critical of President Mahama.

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