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Ghana’s Security is at Risk- Irbard Ibrahim

International relations and Security Expert and CEO for Irbard security Consult, Irbard Ibrahim says the reputation of Ghana is at risk following recent series of lawlessness in the country.

He mentions the death of Hon. JB Danquah, Delta and Invisible force operations, Captain Maxwell Mahama’s death.

According to him the recent happenings in the country has got Diplomatic and Economic repercussion, as Ghana is rated among the first five peace keeping countries in the world with high reputation.

 

“Internationally this act is an all-time low for Ghana as a country in terms of reputation and has also reduced Investor Confidence, as no one would want to invest resources in a country which is not at peace” He emphasized”

“I hope this will be the last case of criminal impunity” ,He emphasized.

He made this statement in a phone-in interview on Ahotor FM’s Saturday Political Show, Nyasapo with Onantefour Addae Munumkum.

 

He continued by stating that due to lack of confidence in the Police Service, most citizenry take the law into their own hands brutalizing or even killing suspects before they are tried.

He has attributed the low confidence in justice system, especially in the police to  no proper re-enumeration at the Police Service as conditions with regards to accommodation is deplorable.

“A Civilian Police Officer with grey hair at post will ask money for the boys, which shows that there is no confidence” he concluded.

Abigail Fynn Abekah | ahotoronline.com|Ghana

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