- The three South African ex-police officers who were arrested by the BNI have finally been deported from Ghana
- Ghana has recently been on high alert to ensure that security is not compromised in any way
- The three South Africans were arrested in the Central region of Ghana for their involvement in what the BNI described as a threat to security
- They were sent to court and granted bail last week
The three embattled ex South African police officers, who were arrested two weeks ago in the Central Region for allegedly engaging in activities with national security implications, have been deported to their home country.
According to a Graphic Online report the trio were put on board South African Airways flight number 210, which departed around 9:26am to Johannesburg.
Officials from the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) and security details from the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI), were seen escorting the three to the aircraft, which was yet to be boarded by other passengers.
South African officials would meet the three on arrival.
The three — Major Ahmed Shaik Hazis (retd), 54; Warrant Officer Denver Dwayhe, 33, and Captain Mlungiseli Jokani, 45 — were arrested at the EL-Capitano Hotel where they had been based since arriving in Ghana.
They were said to be training 15 young men in various security drills, including unarmed combat, weapon handling, VIP protection techniques and rapid response exercises.