The Danquah Institute boss, Nana Attobrah Quaicoe, revealed that the institute invited one of the three SA ex cops to lecture them on security issues.
After the probing of the Danquah institute boss, it seems the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) have nothing on the policy think tank concerning the SA nationals saga. The Executive director of the Danquah Institute, Nana Attobrah Quaicoe, revealed that the institute invited one of the three SA ex cops to lecture them on security issues. He had been sought for by the BNI to answer some questions concerning the entry of the three SA ex cops.
One of the trio, Major Ahmed Shaik Hazis was invited for discussion by the Danquah Institute in December 2015, according to Mr Quaicoe. He continued that Major Hazis came in February after which he left before word of his arrest alongside the other two, broke out.
This corresponds with the statement from the ministry of Interior which said that Naidu and Jokani were invited by Dr. Daniel Mckorley, Chairman of McDan Group of Companies while Hazis was invited by Mr. Quaicoe.
Three South African ex-cops, Major Hazis, Denver Dwahye Naidu and Mlungiseli Jokani, were arrested in the Central Region for allegedly training the security men of the flagbearer of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo.
However, Mr Quaicoe has stressed that there is nothing incriminating in inviting Hazis for security advice. Expressing his dissatisfaction over the gross exaggerative approach employed throughout the saga, he buttressed the need for a true interpretation of democracy.
The NPP despite the challenges, have said they would continue to train their security men as they will not be intimidated by the recent ‘obstacles’ surrounding their plan for an efficient security in this period of election.