Majority debunks security recruitment allegations

The Majority in Parliament has dismissed allegations of secret recruitment into the security services made by the Minority.

According to Deputy Whip and Member of Parliament for Tolon, Habib Iddrisu, there has been no clearance for the Interior Ministry to conduct recruitment into the security services, contrary to claims by the Minority.

Iddrisu explained that the recruitment process is the sole responsibility of the individual security institutions, such as the Police, Immigration, Customs, and Fire Services, and not the Interior Ministry.

He also denied allegations of allocating 30 recruitment slots to each of the 275 NPP Parliamentary candidates, describing the claims as false.

Iddrisu urged Ghanaians to disregard the allegations by the Minority, which he said are intended to cause confusion and misinformation.

The Majority’s response comes after the Minority alleged that the government was secretly recruiting into the security services without following due process.

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