Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Chadema raps police over bugging device

The opposition Chadema yesterday berated the police for "colluding with politicians", while urging the Inspector General of Police to "fully investigate" the unearthing of bugging devices in two opposition legislators' hotel rooms on Thursday.

Gadgets believed to be bugging devices were found on Thursday night in hotel rooms where Chadema secretary-general Willibrod Slaa and Civic United Front (CUF) representative for Konde, Dr Ali Tarab Ali, both of whom are attending the current parliamentary session, are staying in Dodoma.

On the day the gadgets were found, Dr Slaa said he had earlier received a "mysterious" phone call, warning him about "bugging devices" in his room.


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