- NDC's Allotey Jacobs has jabs Inusah Fuseini for planting 'spying' device at public office
- He says he should've contacted National Security if felt threatened whiles in office
The outspoken party chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Bernard Allotey Jacobs has embarrassed Alhaji Inusah Fuseini for planting a secret ‘spying’ device at public office.
According to Allotey, the former NDC minister goofed big time for the ‘shameful’ act. To him, he should’ve contacted appropriate state institution to beef up his security if he felt threatened at that office.
Speaking on Accra-based Adom FM, the NDC chairman insisted that, Mr Fuseini had no right installing ‘spying’ devices without the knowledge of National Security operatives.
“It is wrong for the Minister to do that…it did not lie under his purview to install devices, if he wanted security protection, he should have contacted National Security”, he submitted.
A secret audio-visual recorder device was discovered by security operatives on Monday in a huge Coat of Arms plaque hanging in the office of the Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, John Peter Amewu.
The device set up also included a camera, a storage unit and a transmitter said to be picking a whisper at a distance of 35-feet away.
Inusah Fuseini, who once occupied that office as a state minister, has openly admitted planting the device but insists, it never worked since installation process was not completed.
Another NDC minister who occupied same office, has also lamented about the conduct of Mr Fuseini. Nii Osah Mills claims he feels his predecessor was closely monitoring his activities whiles serving under that office.
However, the current NPP minister in charge of Lands and natural Resource John Peter Amewu, says he is not surprised at the development but will work persistently to see an end to illegal mining.
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