Bishop Nicholas Duncan Williams Has Six Soldiers Guarding His House – NDC MP Alleges

Bishop Nicholas Duncan Williams Has Six Soldiers Guarding His House – NDC MP Alleges
Bishop Nicholas Duncan Williams Has Six Soldiers Guarding His House – NDC MP Alleges

The National Democratic Congress, NDC, Member of Parliament for Banda, Ahmed Ibrahim, has revealed that a private citizen and some top civil servants are enjoying military protection in the country.

His comment on Accra-based Okay FM on Monday, January 17, 2022; was on the raging issue of the withdrawal of soldiers deployed to Parliament as part of the security detail of Speaker Alban Bagbin.

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According to the Banda MP who is also the Deputy Minority Chief Whip, the move by the government through the Ghana Armed Forces amounted to gagging dissenting views.

He cited a statement issued in defence of the withdrawal of the personnel by the Ministry of National Security before alleging that the sector Minister, Kan-Dapaah, had four soldiers guarding his residence.

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“Is Archbishop Duncan Williams a Minister? He has six soldiers at his residence.” Asked by the show host about the source of his information, he responded: “Kwame, we are part of the arms of governance and we have information on wherever soldiers are deployed.”

Other officials he mentioned and the corresponding number of military deployments are as follows:

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* Jean Mensa, Chairperson of the Electoral Commission – 10 soldiers

* EC deputies – 5 soldiers each

* Kissi Agyebeng, Special Prosecutor – 11 soldiers

* 18 Supreme Court Justices – 4 soldiers each deployed to their residences

Source: TheBBCghana.com

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