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Presidential Staffer James Agyenim Boateng says the New Patriotic Party is setting an agenda to wreak mayhem in the country.

Commenting on the 3 ex-South African nationals' brouhaha, James Agyenim Boateng wondered why the NPP could not make use of the services of local private security experts and had to go for the three retired South African Police Officers to train their members.

According to him, it is a matter of concern to the security bodies in the country and the government for unknown persons to hold security training sessions for private people in the country.

Speaking on Peace FM's 'kokrokoo', James Agyenim Boateng defended the actions of the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI), claiming the security agencies of any other country would have replicated the action of the BNI.

“What will the managers of the national security of those countries do? What will be their reaction? I think the reaction by our national security managers is equal and proportional to the threats that the NPP imported into this country. Even a village Chief will be concerned about a situation like that,” he said.

James Agyenim Boateng was however not surprised that the New Patriotic Party was behind the "importation of threats" into the country because the party is noted for violence.

“It is obvious that when you look at what has occurred, you look at the behaviour of the NPP, you look at the violence they’ve been unleashing on themselves, when you take a look ahead of the last elections that such people were in this country to give them similar training; then it means they have a grand agenda of insurgency, insurrection or as they say is disturbing the pillars of power and so forth.
Source: Ameyaw Adu Gyamfi /Peacefmonline.com/Ghana

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