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Charles Owusu breaks silence after reply from Jubilee House

The Presidency a few days ago denied allegations that some security officers at the seat of government are leaving their post due to unfair treatment; a claim made by Charles Owusu.

The Communications Director at the Presidency, Eugene Arhin in a press release said the allegation is untrue.

“The Office of the President would like to put on record that at no point in the tenure of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, from 2017 till date, have seventy-seven security personnel left Jubilee House to their respective units.”

“Indeed, no security officer has left Jubilee House because of “unfair treatment meted out to them at the seat of the presidency. Curiously, at no point in Mr. Owusu’s submissions did he provide any evidence whatsoever to buttress these false claims.”

On Friday’s edition of Peace FM’s morning show ‘Kokrokoo’, Charles Owusu responded to the statement.

“I said something about security and the Jubilee House last week. The presidency issued a statement seeking to clarify the issue and also received several calls including one from our own Captain Koda. The statement is superior and he also maintained that nothing of a sort has happened. All I was seeking was the ultimate good,” he stated while adding that he has recieved several assurances indicating that nothing of a sort is happening at the presidency.

Listen to what he said in the video below:

 

Source: peacefmonline.com

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