National Security Launch investigation into Caleb and Zoe’s Claims they were manhandled by security Operatives during interrogation


The Ministry of National Security has finally spoken on allegations labeled against their operatives by two City FM journalists that they were manhandled during their arrest.

According to a statement signed by the Ministry’s Chief Director, the way to maintain peace in the country comes down to the freedom of citizens and that is what their code of ethics has been built on.

It is with this reason they will not take any form of assault on citizens by their operatives. The statement also stated that an initial investigation has been launched into Caleb’s claims of assault and anyone who will be found of manhandling the journalist will heavily be punished.

The Ministry of National Security has taken note of claims by Mr. Caleb Kudah and Ms. Zoe Abu Baidoo, journalist’s from Citi FM, that they were manhandled during an interrogation att the Ministry oon 11 May, 2021.

The protection of the rights and freedom of the citizenry remains a cornerstone to safeguarding the peace and stability of the state. Cognizant of the Aforementioned, the ministry of National Security, strives, at all times to uphold the ethics and professional standards guiding operational duties. This includes but not limited to interrogation processes for persons who are required to assist in investigation.

The ministry therefore takes with all seriousness, allegations of manhandling of the two journalists during the interrogation. The ministry has therefore initiated investigatios into the said allegations.

The Ministry of National Security wishes to assure the public that appropriate actions shall be taken if the allegations arr found to be true. Parts of the National Security’s statement reads

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