- A technical engineer says the gadget found in office of Peter John Amewu is not intentional
- Interview with him shows that the gadget was meant to track strangers
The mystery surrounding the bugging of the office of the minister for lands and natural resources, John Peter Amewu, has final been unravelled as a technical engineer who worked under the former minister, Inusah Fuseini, has revealed that the said recording device was meant as a gift to Inusah Fuseini.
Speaking to Starr FM, Haruna revealed that the tracking device was aimed at helping Haruna Iddrisu track all persons in and around his office.
Checks by YEN.com.gh reveal that the said device was embedded in a Coat of Arms plaque which hangs in the office of the minister with the capacity of tracking even a whispers for as long as 35-feet away.
“It was given to him (Hon. Fuseini) as a gift so I was there to fix it for him… it wasn’t the intent or a malicious idea as people are saying to track the minister (Mr. Amewu). It was a private thing, it wasn’t paid by any official or any government… to my knowledge I didn’t know the device was there until yesterday, ” he revealed.
Meanwhile, the substantive minister, John Peter Amewu has revealed that he remains unperturbed over the installation of the secret gadget even though security personnel are said to have cleared his office of any such gadgets to ensure his security.
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