Opoku Onyinah, who officially retires in August this year. Opoku Onyinah in consultation with the Executive Council.
CID boss By Classfmonline. The petition is in relation to a leaked tape in connection to allegations of corruption and thievery involving the two Deputy Chiefs of Staff, Abu Jinapor and Asenso-Boakye, by one Kwame Asare Obeng, also known as A-Plus, referred to her office for investigation.
In that audiotape, a female interlocutor is heard telling a male character on the other end of the line that: We need to find the best way to ensure that Korle Bu works the way we all want it to work.
Our petition is grounded on an audio recording in the public domain copy attached to this petition which contains the voices of the said ACP Addo Danquah and one Kwame Asare Obeng also known as A-Plus who will be referred to as A-Plus for the purposes of this petition, which we believe has brought the professional integrity of the Ghana Police Service into disrepute.
In the audio which is in the public domain, ACP Addo Danquah is heard, allegedly, informing the complainant, A-Plus, to withdraw the obviously damning aspects of his allegations he made against the two deputy Chiefs of Staff, Mr.
Subsequently, the police, in their report released to the public on the 18th of September,concluded among others as follows: The audio transcript in part, is as follows: That is what I want you to say, that this is what you stated, but you are aware that there are people pretending to be you who are also posting things.
But they are not yours so that we have it on record.
Yeah, yeah, ok, ok. That aspect was denied. But we need to manage. The people are your people oo. We need to find the best way to make sure that Korle-bu works the way we all want it to work Upon the emergence of that audio recording on the 28th of September, or thereabout, ACP.
Mrs Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo Danquah issued a statement admitting having had conversations with A-Plus, but denied the audio in part and alleges doctoring of her voice on the audio.
In paragraphs 3 and 7 of her release, she states: In fact, she accepts that the voice is hers. We make the following claims: That based on the coversation she has had with A-Plus as contained in the audio, in line 5. That in line 5, ACP Addo Danquah specifically went further in her attempt to lead the complainant in a predetermined direction of clearing the accused deputy Chiefs of Staff by telling him that "The people are your people oo.
We need to find the best way to make sure that Korle-bu works the way we all want it to work".
What she has done in this statement is clearly to make the complainant backdown on his allegations of corruption in the light of the fact that she personally confirmed conrruption in line 3 of the transcript above. From the foregoing, we are strongly of the humble opinion that the conduct of ACP Mrs.
Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo Danquah amounts to abuse of power, corruption and perversion of justice. By this petition, we humbly request your noble Commission to launch a full-scale investigation into this matter in line with your mandate under article a of the Constitution and section 7 1 i of the Actas amended and to establish whether or not the conduct of ACP Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo Danquah in question, amounts to abuse of office, corruption and perversion of justice.
We respectfully wish to indicate our preparedness to co-operate with the Commission in its line of duty in investigating this matter brought before it to its logical conclusion. Please find enclosed all relevant documents:Stephen Kwabena Attuh (Ask) Accra, Ghana.
Lives in Accra, Ghana. See Photos. Kwabena Stephen.
See Photos. Kwabena Stephen. Corporal at Ghana Police Service. Studied at police academy. Apostle Eric Kwabena Nyamekye was born on October 21, , to Mr Stephen Antiedu Nyamekye (late) and Agnes Owusu in Asokore-Ashanti. He completed Tema Secondary School in and proceeded to Nyankpala Agric College in the Northern Region, where he obtained a certificate in General Agriculture in The three individual Directors of Governance Watch who double as petitioners, Mr Stephen Kwabena Attuh, Executive Director; Mr Fred Adomako Williams, Deputy Executive Director and Mr Nii Adottey.
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