Review security arrangements for VVIPs – Security Analyst

Moses Jatuat – Director IISS

A Security Analyst and Director of the Institute for Intelligence and Strategic Security, Moses Jatuat has called on the Ministry of National Security to revise the security arrangements for high-profile personalities in the country.

In an interview with A1 Radio, he noted that the National Security Council Secretariat should establish an elite unit comprising highly trained police and NIB operatives to provide security rather than the use of the military.

The Director cited the case of the US where such function was performed by the Secret Service.

He however cautioned the excessive use of the military in internal affairs, noting that the current security atmosphere required the military to put on operational readiness to respond to external threats and support civil authorities such as police and other law enforcement agencies when necessary.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1|Ghana

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