The Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) are making plans to invite the former Minister of Lands and Natural Resources , Alhaji Inusah Fuseini over the Planting of an audiovisual device in his former office.
According to Kasapafmonline.com, the BNI is in the process of getting permission from the Speaker of Parliament to formally invite the Tamale Central MP.
The BNI holds the view that Alhaji Inusah Fuseini has more questions to answer apart from going public to claim ownership of the said spy camera which was planted at the office of Mr. Peter Amewu, the current Minister for Lands and Natural Resources.
An audio-visual recorder planted behind a Coat of Arms plaque in the office of John Peter Amewu was detected by officials of the national security.
Alhaji Inusah Fuseini has confessed planting the device for personal safety but failed to disconnect it while leaving office.
His colleague National Democratic Congress Minister, Nii Osah Mills, who took over from him, says he feels naked having operated from the office without prior knowledge of the bugging device.
Although Alhaji Fuseini has apologized to his successors, noting that nobody was spied in that office and that the device was not activated, the security operatives believe that he still has some questions to answer.