I am a Citizen.
I rise to ask the Commander-in-Chief of the Ghana Armed Forces,
my respected Retired and Tired President Billy Akufo-Addo whether the Citizens should expect military activity at the KIA Hajj Village before, during and after the 2020 elections.
Your Excellency, over the past few weeks, I have been telling you the story of the activities of a “mystery man” in the Military, Security and Intelligence Community.
Your soldiers and Intelligence Officers
refer to the mystery man as RANGER, OLA, OLATUNDE DEROJAIYE, KWAME DANQUAH, etc.
Your soldiers whisper that the “mystery” man runs a verbal diarrhoea about his prowess as a Ranger, Security Expert, Private Investigator, and Businessman of International repute with almost 40 years experience.
It is whispered that the “mystery” man has unfettered access to the Chief of Army Staff and has presence at the office of the Provost Marshal and Commanding Officer of the Military Police.
Additionally, the “mystery man” rides a Toyota with registration number RANGER 1-18, and as the whisperings go, has concurrent involvement in Troops Peace Keeping rotation and operations of the SWAT Team of the National Security Council.
In my recent articles, I have asked of the National Security Minister and the Military High Command to explain by what authority the “mystery” man is operating within the Military, Security and Intelligence community.
I have asked whether the “mystery” man is an Advisor to the President or the Minister of Defence, my good friend Dominic Nitiwu.
They have adopted Silence as answers, either out of shock or disdain or disrespect for a Citizen of Ghana who retains a democratic and inallienable right to receive answers to his questions.
Kan Dapaah, General Akwa and others have left me unattended to like the forsaken barren wife of a wicked polygamist.
Nevertheless, as a conscientious
Citizen, I have been tracking and checking whether the “mystery” man attended the prestigious US RANGER SCHOOL and I have been checking on his cohort.
Your Excellency, whilst digging, I felt proud to come across the names of some illustrious Officers and other ranks who had trained at the US Ranger School. They include:
(1). Major Courage Quarshiga (Rtd). He was an Officer Extraordinaire. He received SPECIAL COMMENDATIONS.
(2). Brigadier- General Partington.
(3). Colonel Azure ( Rtd)
(4). Colonel Amengor (former Commanding Officer of 66 Artillery Regiment and now Director of Special Operations, Directorate of Joint Operations at GAF HQ).
(5). Other Ranks SWO Bawah, Frimpong.
Your Excellency, as the Commander-in-Chief of GAF, you are aware that Officers and men who have had any form of training in USA institutions of repute such as the Ranger School, the War Colleges, the African Centre for Strategic Studies, the National Defence University, to name a few, have served the country as selfless professionals.
Your Excellency, I noted surprisingly, a phenomenon of some elements in the RANGER School cohort who are termed CONSULTANTS, who operate in some theatres in West Africa before, during and after elections.
The modus operandi of these CONSULTANTS include:
(1). Dealing with the highest echelons of host governments.
(2). Operating from a safe location close to an international airport (for obvious reasons- escape and evation tactics).
(3). Operating with a mininum number of persons including a number of host nation’s Armed Forces.
(4). Visiting a host country to ascertain a few facts including choice of location for the installation of IT equipment.
I have been tracking and monitoring some visitations and consultations to the US and into Ghana for a while!
Your Excellency, I have high regard for the profesionalism and dedication to duty of Brigadier- General N. Andoh, the Director General of Defence Intelligence.
I wish he will keep an eye on the area in and around the Hajj Village of the Kotoka International Airport for any Military activity before, during and after the 2020 election.
I Shall Retunr (sic).
NDC Branch Secretary
Full Gospel Church Branch
Former President J.J. Rawlings
Former President J.A Kufuor
Former President J.D. Mahama