26.2 C
Accra

Plot to Remove IGP: Bagbin Directs Clerk to Send Report to Akufo-Addo

The committee's report, which did not bear the Chairman's signature revealed that the majority of the committee members determined that COP Alex George Mensah, Supt. George Lysander Asare, and Supt. Emmanuel Eric Gyedi had engaged in misconduct, which is a serious offense under Police regulations.

The Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin has instructed the Clerk of Parliament to submit a copy of the report from the ad hoc committee investigating the leaked audio recording regarding the alleged plot to oust the Inspector General of Police (IGP) to President Akufo-Addo for further consideration and potential action.

The committee’s report, which did not bear the Chairman’s signature revealed that the majority of the committee members determined that COP Alex George Mensah, Supt. George Lysander Asare, and Supt. Emmanuel Eric Gyedi had engaged in misconduct, which is a serious offense under Police regulations.


Read more on the story

- Advertisement -

This offense is considered a grave breach of Police rules and must be addressed through appropriate disciplinary measures, as outlined in Police disciplinary procedures.

Join our WhatsApp Channel for more news

Speaking in Parliament on July 10, 2024, the Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin, said the house has adopted the report and directed the Clerk to submit a copy to President Akufo-Addo, as Chairman of the Police Council, for further action and consideration.

“The report is accordingly adopted. I hereby direct the Clerk to Parliament to make available a copy of this report, which has just been adopted by the house, to His Excellency, the President, as Chairman of the Police Council for any further action deemed necessary,” he said.

While you're here, we just want to remind you of our commitment to telling the stories that matter the most.Our commitment is to our readers first before anything else.

Our Picks

THE LATEST

INSIDE POLITICS

Get the Stories Right in Your Inbox

OUR PARTNERS

Allafrica.com

MORE NEWS FOR YOU