- A Plus says he his not the one behind the leaked CID tape
- He says he is yet to listen to the leaked tape going round the media
Controversial musician and a member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kwame Asare Obeng better known as A Plus has denied ever recording and leaking any tape involving him and CID Deputy Director-General, Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah.
According to the musician, he is yet to fully listen to the leaked tape purported to be his voice and the senior police investigator over his recent corruption allegation case.
The singer who has remained tight lipped ever since the tape got leaked has for the first time opened up, insisting that though the voices may sound like his, no one can provide an evidence to that effect.
Speaking in an interview with Kasapa FM in Accra, A Plus maintained that the voices in the tape sounds more like chatter of ghosts therefore it cannot be his.
He also pleaded with the host to give him ample time to listen to the tape so he can give better and further accounts of its authenticity.
The outspoken musician in a few months ago branded two top NPP government officials, Francis Asenso-Boakye and Samuel Abu Jinapor as corrupt within the Flagstaff House.
His wild allegations claim earned him invitation to the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), of the Ghana Police Service to answer some questions to that effect.
However the Police cleared the two Deputy Chiefs of Staff over any corruption charges and allegations days after conducting thorough investigations.
But a fresh secret recordings which purportedly captures a conversation between A Plus and top police investigator has popped up sparking an outraged.
In the secret recording, the top CID officer was heard appealing to the musician to “manage” corruption claims leveled against the two Deputy Chiefs of Staff to pave way for the police to clear them of any wrong doing.
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