DSP Azugu moved from National Security to National police headquarters

DSP Azugu moved from National Security to National police headquarters

- DSP Azugu has been transferred from the National Security Secretariat, as the commander of the SWAT unit

- He has been moved to the National Operation Headquarters of the Ghana Police Service

- It is unclear if DSP Azugu was transferred because of Caleb Kudah's incident

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News reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that Deputy Superintendent of Police, (DSP) Samuel K. Azugu has been transferred from the National Security Secretariat, as the commander of the SWAT unit.

According to a report filed by CitiNews, DSP Azugu has been moved to the National Operation Headquarters of the Ghana Police Service.

It is unclear if DSP Azugu was transferred because of his role at the National Security Secretariat when its operatives arrested and assaulted Citi News journalist, Caleb Kudah.

DSP Azugu moved from National Security to National police headquarters
DSP Azugu moved from National Security to National police headquarters
Source: UGC

Earlier this week, the Ministry of National Security took some steps to deal with some of its operatives who were mentioned in the Caleb Kudah case.

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The National Security has established in its investigations that the arrest and assault of the Citi News journalist by the Director of Operations at the National Security, Lieutenant Colonel Frank Agyeman, violated the Ministry’s operating standards.

In a report filed by CitiNews, the security outfit, therefore, decided to withdraw Lt. Colonel Frank Agyeman from the National Security.

Caleb Kudah was arrested for filming some abandoned cars at the Ministry of National Security, a supposed restricted security zone.

He was at the Ministry to verify a claim by an official of MASLOC that all the cars had been given out, following complaints about the wastage of public funds on social media.

In other news, the Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has made claims that President Akufo-Addo spent Ghc2.8m on a private jet on his recent trips to France and South Africa.

In a post on his Facebook page, he alleged that Akufo-Addo decided to rent an aircraft that cost the Ghanaian taxpayer £15,000 an hour.

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He further added that the President left Accra for Paris on May 16, 2021, and then from Paris to Johannesburg and back to Accra on May 25.

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