Yesterday, the National Security released a statement indicating that they will initiate investigations into some of the comments made by Caleb Kudah. Caleb in an account of his ordeal noted that he was beaten, slapped and kicked in the groin. This received so much public uproar and has forced the National security to react.
The response of the National Security did not go down well with Johnny Hughes. On TV3’s ‘New Day’, today, Friday, May 14, 2021 he listed a number of issues he found wrong with the letter of response. According to him, there has been so many situations like this but nothing came out of the investigations. He wondered why there were no timelines on when the investigations will be done. He also bemoaned the way the National Security are distancing themselves from the assault.
“Mr. Kan Dapaah, this is not a good on your image. Mr. President, this is not good on your image. Why should I be scared when the president said I shouldn’t be scared. Why should I be scared when the IGP says don’t be scared. I keep getting calls telling me to be careful. The truth is one. I keep getting calls telling me to be careful.
Are we making the National Security a graduate school for vigilantism? When you say it people sit somewhere and insult you. Mr. President check what is going on. Our safety is in your hands. We beg you. I want to feel safe again” Johnny said.
It is yet to be seen what will come out of the investigations of the National Security. Many feel the investigations should have been done by an independent institution to clear all biases.
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