Tamale Central Member of Parliament who has claimed ownership of the audio-visual spying device found hidden in the office of the Lands and Natural Resource Minister says he will not hesitate to take back the device from the National Security if its offered to him.
Inusah Fuseini who was the Land 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.
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The audiovisual device was found hidden in the coat of arms at the office. It was retrieved on July 10 by a team from the National Security, who are currently investigating circumstances that led to its installation
Speaking on an Accra based radio station, Citi FM, Inusah Fuseini said he did not bother to inform successive ministers about the device because, in his view, its was "useless" because it did not function. He said a private citizen gifted it to him at a time when there were concerns about his[Inusah] security during attempts to clamp down on illegal small-scale mining.
He continued that if national security found it fit to return the device, he would accept it. He would not hold anyone to ransom however if it is not returned or destroyed.