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Security expert calls for investigation into Ghana’s national security architecture

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Security analyst, Adib Saani is concerned that there may be people in Ghana’s national security architecture who are leaking confidential information to terrorists. According to him, they may be moles in the national security architecture.

The call follows the leakage of an alert issued by the National Security Secretariat that there may be terrorist groups operating from the mountainous parts of the Upper East Region and asking the Police and Military to act.

“I am very concerned about the recent leaking of very confidential documents like the one we saw. When you look on top of the letter that was issued on Friday, it is written confidential. How come a confidential letter is written the same day it is written it leaked?”

Speaking on Day Break Upper East Show on A1 Radio today, June 6, the security analyst called for an investigation into the possibility of moles in the national security architecture.

Speaking on what would be the motive of a mole in an institution like the national security, Mr. Saani said such person or persons are either working with the terrorists or wants to get someone within the system.

He advised that “this time we don’t need letters, we need secured communication through secured servers.”

It would be recalled that the Ministry of National Security stated that it had gathered intelligence that indicated the suspicious movement of a group of persons along a mountainous area that borders Bunkpurugu/Nankpanduri District in the North East Region and Garu District in the Upper East Region.

The National Security Coordinator, Amb. Maj-Gen Francis Adu-Amanfoh (rtd) in a leaked memo on Friday, June 3, says the group was reportedly sighted aboard motorbikes dressed in apparel that hid their faces and headed for the mountainous area in the Garu District.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Osuman Kaapore Tahiru|Ghana

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