I applaud the National Security Operatives in their quest to have deployed all necessary ingredients to retrieve the two Canadian abducted Nationals.
I however implore them to engage the same swiftness and seriousness in the case of our own Ghanaian Takoradi kidnapped girls.
Hitherto, the Ghana Police Service for instance was adjudged one of the best until the emergence of some unproductive politicization and partisanship in this noble profession of the National Security Bureau. I honestly believe that one of the major contributing factors that led to the rescue of these Canadian abducted nationals was the lack of Partisanship that failed to characterize the search process. We have however played political gimmicks with our own fate as Ghanaians and gradually pushing our innocent juveniles into the land of no return.
If Ghana’s National Security Operatives could raise promising defensible rescue pillars in LESS THAN A WEEK to fetch our Canadian abducted partners and yet as we speak today do not have a single trace or clue that may lead to the rescue of our own Nationals, then I am afraid our Security unit is masking on a bad image for herself locally irrespective of how broad the Canadian rescue mission will place her globally. It is better to wear the cup of professionalism and satisfy the hearts of our citizens than to put on the cup of partisanship and continue to put families of these innocent Takoradi girls through emotional torture.
Instead of raising solid mechanisms to embark on a rescue Mission to bring back our kidnapped girls, we are rather engaged in looking for one Opposition leader or some president to blame. Meanwhile C.O.P Tiwaa Addo Dankwa confirmed known of the whereabouts of these children and yet nobody has called her for questioning. If the police service is seeking equity in the case of NDCs Chairman Elder Ofosu Ampofo, then they must come with clean hands by equally bringing the CID boss to book. Only then that I can believe that the Ghana Police service is working devoid of political infiltration. How can we forget the independence of the security service and cloud our Security image and conscience with unpatriotic partizan spectacles.
It has taken us too long as country to bring to the fore the true situation of our children’s kidnap. I therefore wish to use this medium to encourage the Ghana police service to expedite their investigation actions and search for Priscilla and her friends.If after a month they are unable to give us a clear direction as to how and where our sisters have been captured to, then I am afraid to state without equivocation or any shrewd of ambiguity that, our national security faces an imminent state of dishonor.
SIGNEDNANA OTU DARKO
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER