A delegation of key actors within the country’s security architecture led by Honourable Albert Kan-Dapaah, Minister for National Security, on 2nd June 2022, embarked on a tour of the Upper East Region to conduct security assessments towards enhancing counter-terrorism operations to respond adequately to the growing threats of terrorism from the Sahel region. Accompanying the […]Read More
An Owula Mangortey observation… I am a Citizen. I rise to ask Major-General N.P. Andoh, the Chief of Staff, General Headquarters of the Ghana Armed Forces, whether he has received a response to his letter reference number GHQ/1002/61/COS of 11th January, 2022 with a heading, “Withdrawal of Military Personnel Attached to the Office of the […]Read More
An Owula Mangortey observation… I am a Citizen. I am a Whistle-blower with a known face and address. I don’t cover my face. I don’t use any camouflage and concealment methods. If you are looking for me, invite me and I will come. I don’t have anything to hide. I don’t fear anybody and anything, […]Read More
INTERIOR MINISTER, when will the Ghana Customs Service explain to other Security Chiefs how cyanide was smuggled into Bawku during curfew hours on 1st December, 2021?
This is An Owula Mangortey observation… I am a Citizen. I rise to request the Minister of Interior to liaise with the Ministers of National Security, Defence and Finance to ask the Ghana Customs Service to explain to sister security agencies namely the Police, Military, Defence Intelligence and NIB, the circumstances under which 50 mini […]Read More
MAJOR-GENERAL KOTIA: What exactly did you tell the Togolese at Cinkassé? – An Owula Mangortey observation
I am a Citizen. I research and write on Security and Intelligence matters. I rise to ask Major-General Kotia, the National Coordinator of the Ghana Boundary Commission, what exactly he told the Togolese at Cinkassé that resulted in the settlement of the long standing boundary dispute in the Bempeliga, Berlitanga, Widana, Pulmakom and Kunzuogu areas […]Read More