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Second, I am very disappointed with the tone and the inherent rudeness of your letter, which should not be part of the job description of an “honourable” Member of Parliament

Mr. Isaac Adongo

Dear Mr. Isaac Adongo,

I have read your letter to the Governor of the Bank of Ghana, which has been widely circulated on social media, with a high degree of righteous indignation.

I have been scandalized by the suggestion that the armed, masked men who set upon innocent Ghanaians are agents of our national security apparatus. High ranking appointees of your administration have severally made this claim ...

Mr. Kofi Totobi Quakye, former National Security Minister

Your Excellency,

I write to you in my capacity as a former Minister of National Security, as a son of the land, and as a father in the hope that you might exercise the moral authority of your Office to pull this nation back from the precipice on which it now stands. The scenes we witnessed during the by-election at Ayawaso West Wuogon were utterly disgraceful and well-deserving of the condemnation of all true patriots of this nation. More importantly, those events were but another expression of a pervasive lawlessness, impunity and disregard for due process that our democracy certainly cannot survive if left unchecked. Nothing less than the very stability of this nation is at stake, for the next step from this point takes us over the edge and into the abyss.

Sir, you have not complied with this provision since assuming the position of National Security Minister and thereby undermining Parliament's Constitutional mandate of oversight.

Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa. Ranking Member, Parliament's Committee on Foreign Affairs

Hon. Albert Kan-Dapaah,
Minister for National Security,
Republic of Ghana.
24th January, 2019.

Dear Mr. Kan-Dapaah,

REQUEST FOR UPDATE ON THE TWO EX-DETAINEES OF GUANTANAMO BAY AND CONTINUOUS BREACH OF THE SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES ACT, 1996 (ACT 526)

Nana, you have a great understanding of our political history, but as a King, you speak candidly. I am not a King, so, I speak plainly. The division and lies started on 4th August 1947.

An Open Letterto Otumfuo Nana Osei Tutu II

Afehyia pa Otumfuo. I commend you for inviting your traditional ally Togbe Sri III to Kumasi. I’m yet to receive Togbe’s response to your speech, when I do, I will send him an open letter as well.