- He stated that the police spread rumours of him refusing their invitation even before they extended the invitation to him
- He added that he would take back evidence he presented to them
The member of parliament for Assin Central has cautioned the Ghana Police Service to desist from spreading falsehoods about him. He added that they would be sorry if they failed to do so.
Giving reasons for his words, he indicated that the police requested for information from him, but he told them he could not assist them.
He went on to say that, as a result, the police have resorted to the spread of malicious lies against his person.
To him, the police stated that they had invited him for questioning; they allegedly added that he clashed with them when he showed up at the station.
In all this, he claims, he had on no occasion set foot in the station, and that it was after these wild allegations that they called him on phone to invite him.
To him, the police is simply interested in vilifying him, because he exposed alleged acts of corruption at the seat of government.
He has promised not to honour an invitation to the police any longer. He added that he would even take back pieces of evidence he submitted to the police and would not bother himself with the consequences,
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