As pressure mounts on Nigerian authorities to end police brutality, a cadet of 42 officers of the Nigerian National Institute for Policy and Strategy Studies arrived in Ghana to study the Ghanaian security systems.
The Ghana Police who received these officers said in press statements on its official social media account.
Course 42 Officers of Nigeria’s National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies have paid a study tour to the Police Headquarters, as part of their research on security in Ghana. The team paid the visit today. 20th October 2020.
The team was received by the Director-General/Administration COP Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, who led some members of the Police Management Board to answer questions of the visiting officers. They were also taken round some offices of the Ghana Police Service, to familiarize themselves with operations.
The fifteen member team headed by Gp. Capt. MG Gumi (Rtd), a Directing Staff was led by Mr. Michael Kwabla Dzamesi, a Foreign Service Officer of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration.
Meanwhile, Accra News Platform has learned through sources who shall remain nameless, underlined the purpose of the 42 officers in Ghana.