Danquah Institute is still on the check list of the BNI over the Three South African nationals saga which was assumed to have been laid to rest. Recent reports reveal that the Executive Director of Danquah Institute, Nana Atobrah Quaicoe, will appear before the BNI today to answer questions relating to the three SA ex police officers who were deported to their country.
Only last week, Nana Atobrah Quaicoe and the CEO of Mc Dan Shipping were mentioned in a statement from the Ministry of Interior, implicating the two. Apparently, the two are suspected to have facilitated the entry of the three into the country.
Several offices at the Danquah Institute were rumored to have been raided by the BNI in search of possible leads to the mystery behind their entry into the country last two weeks. The New Patriotic Party (NPP) had alleged that some agents believed to be from the Ghana Police Service and the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) had raided the offices of the institute.
Office of Perry Okudzeto, the deputy communications director of the party Capt. (rtd) Edmund Koda’s home in Accra were also reported to have been raided.
However, the BNI denied reports suggesting it only ransacked offices at the Danquah Institute. Though the agency admitted going to the Danquah Institute, a source from the agency said they only went to speak to the director as part of their investigation into the importation of three South African ex cops by the NPP.
The BNI source also explained that the offices were locked when they got to the place, and after moments of waiting they left the place without ransacking any office.
Not minding the rigours surrounding the saga, the BNI is still set to question Nana Atubrah Quaicoe over the institute’s involvement on the issue.