Lt Col Frank Agyeman is the Director Of Operations at the National Security under whose leadership we are enjoying absolute and uninterrupted security in the country.
Peace and security in almost all our neighboring West African countries is bizarre, which same cannot be said about Ghana. Ghana continues to enjoy internal peace and security; and well organized against any external aggression.*
Lt Col Frank Agyeman being the Director of Operations, is working tirelessly to ensure the core mandates of the National Security, which are to formulate, coordinate, monitor and evaluate the implementation of security and intelligence policies through the deployment of skilled human resources and modern technology for stakeholders to enhance security, freedom of the citizenry and national development are properly executed.
He believes in the ideology of the Nana Addo's government and thus, working assiduously to ensure the success of the government.
He has remained faithful, dedicated and committed to serving the government of Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo to achieve the ultimate goal of making Ghana the safest and most secured country in the world.
Lieutenant Colonel Agyeman is one of the best Nana Addo's appointees who strongly supports the development of the Youth and the grassroots.
I can emphatically and succinctly conclude that he is one of the few appointees who truly holds the interest of his outfit (National Security) ahead of his personal interest.
His level of professionalism with vivid mindset of ensuring the safety and wellbeing of the people cannot be overlooked.*
Such a strong and wonderful character should be given all the necessary and maximum attention and support needed to carry out his duties as the Director Of Operations at the National Security.
Source: moses abor
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