BNI Lets Go of Nana Addo’s Bodyguard And Photographer


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Nana Addo’s bodyguard and photographer, were detained on April 19 by the BNI  because they refused to fill ”Personality profile” forms at the Bureau.

A relief for the NPP Flagbearer as the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) have today released his personal photographer and private bodyguard, Kwadwo Kyeremeh and Malik Neequaye. One might begin to wonder why the two merited the detention in the first place. Nana Addo’s bodyguard and photographer, were detained on April 19 by the BNI  because they refused to fill ”Personality profile” forms at the Bureau.

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Captain Koda’s residence was searched by the BNI due to his connection with the SA Nationals saga which has been put to rest. Subsequently the pair in question had accompanied the captain to the bureau to retrieve some of his items which were collected for analysis during the search. The two accompanied him because they were said to be witnesses at the time the BNI took the items from Captain Koda and hence, had to be present at the time of the release.

The BNI had ordered that they fill a personality profile form which they refused with the advice from their lawyer. This culminated to the Bureau taking them into custody for failing to fill the form. But sources within the party have confirmed they have been released.

Captain Koda, the head of the private security detail of the NPP was earlier arrested by the BNI for being involved in the invitation of the 3 SA nationals. This had stirred up controversies and agitations from the NPP whom pleaded not guilty to the charges, especially as his lawyers as well as the opposition party lamented his rights were being abused.

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Despite the oppositions, he was held by the BNI for five days for his alleged role in the invitation of the three ex-police officers. He was later released on health grounds after he reportedly took ill in BNI custody.