- Ghana's military deal with the US is said to have exposed the country to terrorism
- A security analyst has expressed worry over how the issue is now partisan
- The NDC says the 20 million dollar deal is a sell-off
Security analyst, Dr. Kwasi Aning, says Ghana's controversial military deal with US has exposed the country to terrorism.
The security analyst believes the way the whole deal was handled by government and the minority NDC could spark some tensions in the country which terrorists could capitalize on.
“This agreement has exposed the dangerous bipartisanship in our politics; so dangerous that the stability of this country does not matter in the calculus of those who play these games insofar as they will hurt their political opponents. That is dangerous, that threatens you and [me]," he revealed in an interview with Starr FM.
So far, America remains the major country in the world very exposed to terrorist groups like ISIS. It is for this reason that almost all countries that openly declare their allegiance to America expose themselves to terrorist attacks from the enemy of America.
YEN.com.gh has read portions of this memo which also reveals that the agreement was finalized by the cabinet on Thursday, March 8, 2018. Also, we are learning that this engagement between Ghana and the US started way back in the last eight months. In fact, excerpts from the agreement show that the U.S.
Forces may also import into and export out of, and use in Ghana any personal property equipment supplies material technology, training or services in connection with the agreement.
This controversial decision by the government to grant the US all these permits has been described by a senior Ghanaian academician and jurist, Dr. Akilagpa Sawyerr, as a serious national security issue.
Speaking on Joy FM, the academic revealed that this agreement with the US jeopardizes Ghana's sovereignty as an independent country.
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