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Presidency – No Security Officer has left Jubilee House over Unfair Treatment

Presidency - No Security Officer has left Jubilee House over Unfair Treatment

The Presidency has refuted Charles Owusu’s allegations that some security personnel at the government’s headquarters are resigning due to unjust treatment.

The Presidency responded to Mr. Owusu, the former Head of the Monitoring Unit at the Forestry Commission (FC), who made these claims during a recent appearance on Peace FM.

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In a press release issued on Sunday, September 3, the Communications Director at the Presidency, Eugene Arhin, categorically denied the allegations, stating that they are baseless.

According to the statement, “The Office of the President wants to clarify that from 2017 to the present under Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s leadership, not a single instance occurred where seventy-seven security personnel left Jubilee House to return to their respective units.”

Furthermore, the statement highlighted that no security officer has departed from Jubilee House citing “unfair treatment” as their reason for leaving.

Eugene Arhin pointed out that Mr. Owusu failed to provide any evidence supporting these unfounded claims during his statements.

Mr. Arhin asserted that any security officer who left Jubilee House did so voluntarily and not because of mistreatment. He urged the public to disregard these baseless allegations.

“It’s important to emphasize that any security officer who left Jubilee House did so either due to disciplinary actions or by their own choice,” the statement concluded.

The public is encouraged to dismiss these unsubstantiated allegations with the contempt they deserve.

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