-Deputy CID Boss denies purported conversation with A-Plus on leaked tape
-Accuses A-Plus of leaking the tape
The Deputy Director of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service, Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah has denied the voice in the leaked audio of a conversation A-Plus purported to be between her and A-Plus saying it was doctored.
According to Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Addo-Danquah, though as a member of the four-member investigating corruption allegations leveled by A-Plus against the two Deputy Chiefs of Staff, she interacted with A-Plus on telephone, she never made the statements in the leaked tape being attributed to her.
The controversial musician in August accused the two presidential staffers, Samuel Abu Jinapor and Francis Assenso Boakye of thievery and corruption.
President Nana Akufo-Addo referred his allegations to the CID who after their investigations dismissed A-Plus' claims describing them as "baseless".
But just a little over a week after the CID published its findings, an audio purported to be a conversation between ACP Addo-Danquah and A-Plus suggesting that her outfit might have swept their true finding s under the carpet.
But in a response to the leaked tape released on Thursday, she said:
"I wish to categorically and emphatically state I have never intimated to A-Plus in a any conversation or whatsoever, that I believe his allegation against the two Senior Government officials had been confirmed following our investigations
"I, certainly, I could not possibly had come to this conclusion when at the time I spoke to he, A Plus, whilst insisting that he documents his denial of thievery against the two, the investigative team had not had the benefit of response from the appointees".
Suspecting A-Plus for the leaking of the conversation, the Deputy CID Boss, revealed that:
"After the report was released on Monday 18th September, 2017, A-Plus called on me Tuesday 19th September, 2017, to disagree with our findings. After that, he sent me a text message and threatened to put my voice in the public domain because the team had insulted him by saying the allegation was baseless."
Below are photos of ACP Addo-Danquah's response:
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