The Editor in Chief of the New Crusading Guide Abdul Malik Kweku Baako Jnr says the processes in acquiring a personal spying device by the former minister Inusah Fuseini was wrong and will be prudent if the national security traces the source of the device to arrive at a logical conclusion.
According to the veteran journalist, Inusah Fuseini should have made it known to the National Security the exact nature of the personal insecurity he perceived that warranted him installing the spying device. "Was his insecurity bothering on life threatening, or blackmailing", Kweku Baako quizzed.
The Tamale Central MP claimed ownership of the audio-visual spying device after it was discovered by the National security in the office of Lands and Natural Resource Minister Peter Amewu.
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Inusah Fuseini who was the Lands and Natural Resources Minister during the past, NDC government maintains the equipment was installed in 2013, but it does not work because the installation process was never completed and so it never functioned. He has however said he will not hesitate to take back the device from the National Security if it's offered to him.
But speaking on the Joy FM's News analysis program, Newsfile, Kweku Baako said, for the fact that he forgot to remove when leaving that office and forgot to tell his successor is neither here nor there, and it will be difficult for the explanation to convince him.