This was after the new Chief Executive of the Authority, Emmanuel Asigiri, accused him of equally bugging his office and offcial vehicle.
This was after Mr Asigiri accused him of bugging his office and the official vehicle he handed over to him.
Mr Asigiri said on Joy's Newsfle Saturday that upon assuming office, he discovered the bugging device in his official vehicle- the same vehicle Mr Mubarak was using when he was the Chief Excutive.
He said: “It is not only Inusah Fuseini who did this type of thing.
"I have suffered the same personally. My official SUV had a tracking in it and nobody in the authority knew until it created a problem for the vehicle.
“The vehicle won’t start. We tried all the things we needed to do, the vehicle won’t start.
"We brought experts from Toyota Ghana, they tried everything the vehicle won’t start."
He said it was after a critical study of the vehicle by the dealers that the device was found.
“I had a tracking device in my official vehicle. I also had a security camera in my office,” he said.
"I had directed my driver to ensure that [the tracking device] was removed from the car,” he said.
“I can assure listeners and the acting Chief Executive that of the NYA that he will be the last person who’s movement I would like to monitor. There are too many bigger fishes in the NPP to want to track than somebody at the NYA,” he said.