The Criminal Investigations Department (CID) has dismissed corruption and thievery allegations against the two deputy Chiefs of Staff, Francis Asenso-Boakye and Samuel Abu Jinapor.
The CID arrived at the decision following a thorough investigation to determine the veracity of the damning allegations made by controversial musician, A-Plus.
The musician in one of his usual tantrums had labelled the two government officials as corrupt f**ls and threatened to expose them if dared.
His allegations prompted the police to initiate investigations against the two and even invited A-Plus to provide evidence to back his claims.
“I feel they are corrupt that is why I am going to give evidence… I have been invited to give evidence and so I will go there and tell them”.
But the CID after over three weeks of investigation has cleared the two of any wrongdoing.
According to a statement signed by the Director of CID, Bright Oduro, the muscian dropped the allegation of thievery but stuck to his corruption claims when he appeared before them.
The statement maintained that notwithstanding the claims by A-Plus, their investigation proved otherwise as his claims were not premised on any hardcore evidence.
“From the foregoing, the allegation of corruption was found to be baseless, unsubstantiated and without credibility.”