Security analyst, Emmanuel Kotin feels the security agencies have been disappointing in their attitude towards criminal activities in the country.
“I think our security agencies are letting us down,” he told TV3’s News360 on Thursday, considering the many unresolved security issues.
In the face of growing acts of terrorism, the Executive Director of African Center for Security and Counter Terrorism wanted to know how sophisticated the security agencies are to protect the nation.
Emmanuel Kotin’s comments come on the back of the revelation by former Lands and Natural Resource Minister, Alhaji Inusah Fuseini that he was yet to be invited after confessing that he placed a recording device in his former office.
The issue engaged the airwaves for well over two weeks some five months ago with assurances from the security agencies that they will get to the bottom of the matter.
“The begging question every well-meaning Ghanaian should be asking is why didn’t our security agencies pursue the matter further,” he wondered.
He said the posture further deepens misconception that prominent and well to do in society live under different laws.
“If simple investigations like this our security agencies cannot carry that out…how are we better place to have confidence and trust in our security,” he asked.
By Isaac Essel | 3news.com | Ghana