Lawmaker for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa must be invited by the police to answer questions on his claims of disquiet in the Air Force over the President’s choice of chartered luxury private jets over the official presidential jet for his foreign travels.
According to security expert, Adam Bonaa the claim by the lawmaker must be taken seriously and interrogated because a disquiet in the Airforce can threaten the country’s peace.
“I believe the state security agencies would have to invite him for interrogation. Perhaps he knows something that we are not aware of. Koku Anyidoho passed a certain disparaging comment and he was invited, he was locked up in fact, and subsequently we all know what happened after. Others have been picked up for questioning for saying literally things that are irrelevant in our security circles.
“So I think that once he says there is a disquiet in the Air Force, we need to know what disquiet that is. As a Member of Parliament, he should know better, I am sure he could have sat the Defense and Interior Committee of Parliament down to tell them what it is. He knows where the CDS is, knows where the Minister of Defense’s office is, he knows where even the president is. I am sure he is even closer to the president than any of us. So if he knows something, he should let us know,” he stated.