The Executive Director of the Danquah Institute, Richard Ahiagba, has said that we should look at the reappointment of Lt. Colonel Frank Agyeman as a commanding officer as perhaps a soldier going back to do what soldiers were trained to do.
Richard Ahiagba made this statement on 'Good Morning Ghana' on Metro television this morning, 25th May 2021, when he defended the reappointment of Colonel Frank Agyeman as a Commanding Officer in the Ghana Armed Forces.
According to Richard Ahiagba, the former Director of Operations for National Security was deem to have acted inappropriately because he wasn't savvy in civilian relations. So, he was returned to the barracks to do what soldiers do.
"You can consider that to be a promotion or demotion, it is not the substance of the discussion, but perhaps we should look at it as a soldier going back to do what soldiers were trained to do." - he said
He added that he would be troubled about Lt. Colonel Frank Agyeman's reappointment only if he were put in a civilian interface situation.
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