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ASEPA Boss- Withdrawal Of Bagbin’s Military Guards Was In Line With Protocol.

There was no malice in the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) withdrawal of four military bodyguards of the Speaker of Parliament, Rt. Hon. Alban Bagbin on last Friday.

This is according to findings made by Alliance for Social Equity And Public Accountability (ASEPA) after the Ghana Armed Forces informed the Speaker of the intention to withdraw WOI Jafaru Buniwura, WOII Apugiba Awine David, S/Sgt Agbley Prosper, and Sgt Bonney Prince from his security detail.

“Made a few checks at the Speakers Office a while ago…this is only a formal protocol being followed by the military.

“The Officers have only been withdrawn only to regularize them and NOT out of any malice or any attempt to endanger the Speaker’s personal safety.

“Kindly ignore the spin being put on it,” ASEPA Executive Director Mensah Thompson said in a Facebook post.

According to the Ghana Armed Forces, the military bodyguards of the Speaker had to be withdrawn because they were attached to him without the proper procedure.

Meanwhile, efforts are being made to regularize the attachment of the recalled military personnel.

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