- Nii Osah Mills says it is unacceptable for a former minister, Inusah Fuseini to plant 'spying' device at public office
- He says he feels worried the former minister monitored him whiles serving in that office
A former Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, Nii Osah Mills, says he is depressed and still not recovered from shock with the conduct of his processor, Alhaji Inusah Fuseini.
According to him, he feels completely ‘naked’ over the discovery of a secret audio visual recording device in the office he previously worked as a minister.
The former Mahama appointee says it is unlawful and totally unacceptable for his former colleague to put him under secret 24/7 surveillance while performing his rightful duty as a state minister.
Nii Osah Mills who is alarmed by after the revelation told the media he feels worried and humiliated by the discovery.
“It came as a surprise to me to hear I was being monitored by a colleague Minister. Any ordinary human being will equally feel bad because it is something that you least expected. One feels that in the sense one was naked each day at work because I feel someone was always looking at everything that you did,” the former Minister cried out.
National Security operatives on Monday uncovered a secret ‘spying’ device in the office of the current Lands Minister, John Peter Amewu who is waging war on illegal mining.
A revelation that has stuns many Ghanaians calling for heads to roll. But even before investigations could proceed, Inusah Fuseini, a former NDC minister who occupied same office has own up for installing the secret device which he claim was for his personal protection.
The Mahama Minister also insisted that, though the ‘spying’ device was installed in 2013, it never worked since installation process wasn’t completed.
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