National Security BNI raids Danquah Institute's office, Capt Koda's house

Similar raid was carried at the Danquah Institute offices of Perry Okudzeto, a deputy communications director of the party.

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The office of Danquah Institute and residence of the head of Nana Addo security, Capt (rtd) Edmund Koda has been ransacked by operatives of the National Security.

The operatives were reported to be from Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) and police personnel raided the house around 4pm at Weija on Thursday, March 24, 2016.

Read more: 3 SA ex-police officers charged

Items destroyed by the BNI play

Items destroyed by the BNI

 

Similar raid was carried at the Danquah Institute offices of Perry Okudzeto, a deputy communications director of the party.

The raid comes at the back of the recent arrest of three South African ex-police officers who are alleged to be engaging in acts deemed as  a national security threat.

See also: 3 ex-SA police officers arrested in Ghana

The three, Major Ahmed Shaik (retd), 54; Warrant Officer Denver Dwahye, 33, and Captain Mlungiseli Jokani, 45 – were picked up at the EL-Capitano Hotel in the central region on the 20th of March upon a tip off where they have been alleged to be training some young people in various security drills, including unarmed combat, weapon handling, VIP protection techniques and rapid response manoeuvres.

They were charged and however granted bail in the sum of GHc20,000.00 with surety to be justified.

An order for the release of the three former South African police officers to the registrar of the Accra Circuit Court until all their bail conditions are met has been defied by the BNI.

 

The Circuit Court, presided over Her Lordship Patricia Quansah, on Thursday granted bail to the ex-South African cops who were arrested by the BNI at Agona Duakwa in the Central Region last Sunday, March 20, 2016.

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But BNI operatives who were shocked with the ruling of the court hurriedly whisked the ex-service men away, provoking the anger of Lawyer Atta Akyea, who is one of the lead counsels for the accused.

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