Kasapafmonline.com report alleges police report on Jinapor, Boakye was doctored

Kasapafmonline.com report alleges police report on Jinapor, Boakye was doctored

- Recent audio casts doubt on CID report exonerating Abu Jinapor and Asenso Boakye in A Plus corruption allegations

- Recording is between Kwame A Plus and an unknown high ranking police official

A recent report by Kasapafmonline.com has alleged that the police Criminal Investigations Department (CID) report concerning its investigation into the alleged corrupt conduct of two Deputy Chiefs of Staff was "massaged".

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Kasapafmonline.com report alleges police report on Jinapor, Boakye was doctored

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It'd be safe to say that most Ghanaians are aware of Kwame Asare Obeng's - popularly known as Kwame A Plus - accusation that Flagstaff House Deputy Chief of Staffs Samuel Abu Jinapor, and Francis Asenso Boakye are corrupt.

With the brunt of Kwame A Plus' allegations being made in a Facebook Live video on social media, the shocking allegations went viral, prompting a directive from the highest office of the land to the CID to investigate all allegations of corruption leveled against appointees.

The Ghana Police Service's CID later rubbished Kwame A Plus' corruption allegations in a statement signed by COP Bright Oduro, Director of CID, who referred to Kwame A Plus' accusations as baseless.

According to CID Director, a certain intervention in a deal regarding the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital by the two presidential appointees was "transparent" and "born out of the protection of public interest...".

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Now according to an audio recording of a conversation between Kwame A Plus and a yet to be identified police official, it appears as though the entire report exonerating may have been written in bad faith at the very best, or with the intent to deceive the general public at the very worst.

In the audio, the unknown police official expressed that issues she heard while investigating the Korle Bu related corruption accusation were so disturbing that she hadn't been "too well", adding that she believed her superior - who she had to report to - was in a worse state than she was.

The unknown senior police officer is heard saying that the CID's investigations findings weren't too far from the accusations Kwame A Plus had made.

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"...what you said has given us an opportunity to look at what is actually happening. If you have not said it, this thing would have just gone..." said the unknown police official, adding that, "as for the corruption aspect of it, from what you said and what we’ve gone to confirm, you wouldn’t be too far from right to say that this is what happened, but we need to manage…the people are your people. We need to find the best way to ensure that Korle Bu works the way we all want it to work.".

In a saddening turn of events, the police officer emotionally expresses sadness regarding the situation, adding that she wished she could have an audience with the president himself.

"you need somebody who’ll be neutral to tell them exactly what is there for them to understand and I wish I could have an audience with the President himself. Because it looks like most of the things doesn’t get to him…yes I feel sad for him." Says the police official.

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