Parliament’s Leaked Tape Probe: National Security Minister Kan Dapaah Summoned for Investigation

Parliament’s ad-hoc committee, tasked with probing a leaked tape concerning Inspector General of Police (IGP) Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, has issued a summons to the National Security Minister, Kan Dapaah, compelling him to appear before the committee Today Wednesday september 13 . This summons comes as part of the ongoing investigations into the leaked audio recording.

In addition to the National Security Minister, the former Northern Regional Chairman of the NPP, Bugri Naabu, has also been requested to reappear before the committee on Wednesday, September 13. These developments follow the recent appearances of the IGP and three senior police officers implicated in the leaked tape before the parliamentary committee.

At the conclusion of Tuesday’s proceedings, Chairman of the committee, Samuel Atta Akyea, mandated all witnesses to return with their legal representatives on Wednesday for the continuation of hearings.

“The witnesses should come back tomorrow with their lawyers. The IGP should come with his lawyers, the Minister of National Security should show up with his lawyers, and proceedings will continue,” Chairman Atta Akyea emphasized.

The Inspector General of Police, Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, reiterated on Tuesday that he had no involvement in any conspiracy to secretly record conversations with Bugri Naabu, as alleged in the leaked tape. His firm denial was a significant development in the ongoing investigation, which has captured significant public attention in recent weeks.