Angel FM journalist, Kofi Adomah Nwanwani, has revealed that the Criminal Investigative Department of the Police did not write to formally invite him for interrogation, rather via phone call.
Speaking to Bernard Avle on CITI TV’s Point of View, Kofi disclosed some of his friends within the legal space condemned him for honouring the “phone call invite” from Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Juliana Obeng of the Public Affairs Unit of the CID.
“I didn’t see it that way [the need to discuss with the legal team of Angel FM] but it was after I went that a few friends of mine who are in the legal fraternity advised that what I did was wrong that you can’t assume that the call was friendly hence it [interrogation] was going to be friendly.”
Kofi further stated that, in comparison with Leader of Economic Fighters League, Ernesto Yeboah, and the PNC National Chairman, Bernard Mornah’s encounter with the police, his was quite friendly.
“I think mine [invitation from police] was quite friendly. I was asked some questions and let go without writing a statement. There was nothing like a caution,” he noted.
Kofi Adomah was invited by police for accurately predicting the easing of lockdown restrictions by the President in a viral video.