The New Free Press can authoritatively report that the recent alleged leakage of an audio tape purported to be that of ?Mr Sammy Awuku, a leading member of the opposition NPP ?and the attempt by government to investigate the tape is a hoax. These acts were well planned? and was orchestrated at the highest levels ?with operations authorised by Mr John? Dramani Mahama, the President.
These operations on opponents and judges took place at a meeting at the office of the President Annex near the Parliament house, ?on Sunday 7th July and those present ?included Stan Dogbe, Peter Boamah Otokunor, Ali Dawood ,Presenter of the NDC Majority Caucus Programme, Brogya Genfi Murtala Mohammed, Felix ofosu Kwakye and Alex Segbefia former? deputy chief of staff and one time chairman of the NDC in the UK.
The meeting, which lasted three hours focused on how to target leading members of the NPP and to get their voices doctored with electronic software which was readily provided by the information technology officials working in Blue Gate, the heart of covert national security activity. The names of leading NPP embers mentioned were Michael Omari Wadie, Nii Ayi Koi Otoo, Hopeson Adroye, Maxwell Kofi Jumah and Asamoah Gyamfi
In another serious development flouting the rules of fair play and natural justice , the president also ?authorised ?National Security to bug the mobile phones? and the landlines? in the offices and homes of the nine eminent judges in an effort to glean information as to their thinking towards the verdict.
The New Free Press is very disappointed with these actions and it raises questions about the current government and its agents about their commitment to peace . While banging on about peace and putting our security services on alert, the president and his supporters have targeted leading members of the opposition to embarrass them. The bugging of the mobile phones of judges is a disgrace and it?s high time John Mahama and his apologists in the security services and the government media team are called to order. The judges will not be concerned, ?influenced or intimidated by such tactics.
Suraju Musah Mohamed
New Free Press
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