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Hopeson Adorye fumes at IGP’s ‘express order’ for Abronye’s detention

Hopeson Adorye, a failed parliamentary aspirant of the ruling New Patriotic Party, NPP, is unhappy with Inspector-General of Police, IGP; George Akuffo Dampare.

Adorye is unhappy that a colleague, Kwame Baffoe alias Abronye DC, was denied bail and instead detained by the Police after he had honoured an invitation to clarify matters relating to a coup allegation he made on live radio.

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According to Adorye, the IGP was the complainant in the case in which Abronye had been detained and that Dampare has expressly ordered that the Bono Regional Chairman of the NPP be detained.

In an interview with journalists at the Police headquarters where he had gone to support Abronye, Adorye said the IGP had failed to pick his calls after giving the said order.

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“IGP is not picking his call, in this case IGP is the complainant and he has instructed that he (Abronye) should be detained and charged to court.”

He claimed Abronye had been charged with misconduct and refuted the charge stating that someone sitting in his bedroom and responding to a journalist on radio could not be classified as such.