March 4, 2024

The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Dr George Akuffo Dampare had denied being behind the recording of the leaked tape in which three of his colleagues are heard allegedly plotting to remove him from office.

Dr Dampare stated that he played no role at in the secret recording of the leaked tape which is now the subject of a bipartisan parliamentary probe following its leakage to the public.

The Police Chief had been accused by the alleged conspirators – the three police officers heard in the leaked tape – of orchestrating and masterminding the secret recording of the conversation they had with Chief Daniel Bugri Naabu, a stalwart of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) who served as the NPP’s Northern Regional Chairman and who has admitted to secretly recording the leaked tape.

Dr Dampare, taking his turn at the bipartisan parliamentary committee probing the leaked tape, noted that contrary to allegations that he worked in concert with Chief Bugri Naabu to secretly record them, he played no role whatsoever in the secret recording.

He told the Vice Chairman of the Committee, who sought to know whether or not he had played a role, that he was not involved in the secret recording.

The IGP also denied allegations that he is the worst IGP, enumerating some of the reforms he has undertaken and insisting that his colleagues caught up in the leaked tape ought to leave such a judgement to the good people of Ghana.



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