Committee to Speaker: Report on Leaked Tape Plotting IGP’s Removal Is Ready


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James Agalga, the Ranking Member of the Committee on Defence and Interior, has urged the Speaker of Parliament to speed up the presentation of the Special Ad-hoc Committee’s report on a leaked tape involving senior police officers.


This tape, which has drawn significant public attention, revealed a plot against the Inspector-General of Police (IGP).

On Friday, 14 June, Agalga, who is also the MP for Builsa North and the vice chairman of the committee, stressed the urgency of acting on the report to stop further speculation about its findings.

Agalga highlighted that the report is ready and was listed to be considered by the House before the recess. He appealed to the Speaker to prioritize this report as a matter of urgent importance.

Agalga emphasized that the delay has led to various speculations, making it crucial to address the issue promptly.


James Agalga
Photo via The Ghana Report

The Special Ad-hoc Committee, led by Samuel Atta Akyea, MP for Abuakwa South, was set up to investigate the leaked audio.

In this recording, senior police officers were heard discussing plans with Chief Bugri Naabu, the former Northern Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), to remove the IGP from his position.

The officers expressed concerns that the IGP was too professional and not easily influenced.

The release of the committee’s findings is highly anticipated by both Parliament and the public, due to the serious nature of the allegations and their potential impact on the integrity of the Police Service.


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