The Director for policy an Advocacy at the Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana) Kojo Asante has told The Minister of Interior Ambrose Derry and Professor Kwabena Frimpong Boateng, Minister of Environment not to interfere with the investigations of the Special Prosecutor in the corruption allegations levelled against the presidential Staffer, Charles Cromwell Nanabanyin Onuawonto Bissue.
Mr. Asante told this paper in an interview yesterday that it was needless for the two ministers to interfere with the investigations being carried out by the Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) once it became evident the Special Prosecutor was probing the saga.
The Director for policy an Advocacy’s comment comes on the heels of what seems to be controversy between the Special Prosecutor and the CID.
Whereas the CID say it has cleared Mr Charles Cromwell Nanabanyin Onuawonto Bissue, a presidential staffer, of corruption the Office of the Special Prosecutor says it is still investigating Charles Cromwell Nanabanyin Onuawonto Bissue, the former Secretary to the Inter-Ministerial Committee on illegal .
Recall that in Anas’ undercover work titled Galamsey
Fraud, Mr Bissue was captured on video issuing out orders to some subordinates
on the phone to fast-track ORR’s acquisition of a pass despite the phoney
However, the CID report said the documentary is not a true reflection of what transpired between Mr Bissue and the representatives of the said ORR Resource Enterprise, the Daily Graphic reported on Monday.
The Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu however says his office has not yet cleared Mr Bissue of corruption allegations brought against him by ace investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas and his Tiger Eye P.I.