The former director of the National Security Lt. Col. Frank Agyeman who was sacked for his involvement in the assault of Citi TV/FM Caleb Kudah given a new position
Director of Operations for the National Security Ministry, whose secondment was reversed after investigations into the assault on Caleb Kudah of Citi FM, has been given another top job in the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF).
Lt. Col. Frank Agyeman has been reappointed as Ghana Armed Forces Commanding Officer of the 64 Infantry Regiment.
It revealed that with his new position, the former director of operations will be moving from the Army headquarters where he was stationed before he was moved to the National security ministry.
According to a report by JoyNews, the announcement comes barely 24 hours after he reported back to post upon being released by the Ministry, together with three police officers.
The report added that, “Lt. Col. Frank Agyeman has been moved from Army Headquarters to 64 Regiment as the Commanding officer,” Winston Amoah of the Super Morning Show said on Joy FM’s Midday News.
Some security experts are surprised by the speed with which the military officer was reassigned.
Speaking on Joy FM’s Super Morning Show Monday, May24, one of them, Dr Ismael Norman, urged calm as the Military hierarchy may be conducting their own internal probe into the incidents.
Meanwhile, the Ghana Armed Forces is yet to publicly comment on the matter.