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Prez. Mahama's bodyguard in illegal gun supply


Photo Reporting: AK-47 StandardPrez. Mahama's bodyguard in illegal gun supply

An army officer currently working with the presidential security detail and who is one of a number of men with specific responsibilities for one member of the President's household has been supplying guns illegally to people, the Daily Searchlight intelligence signals have picked up.

The bodyguard, who according to our intelligence, is known as Staff Sergeant Fredrick Mbilla, supplied two AK 47 high-caliber rifles to two Lebanese nationals.

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The information came to light when the two Lebanese were arrested last Saturday by the police with AK 47 rifles.

Strangely the pair are now back on the streets, walking free. They were released by the police less than twenty-four hours after they were arrested last Saturday, and are now walking freely in town.

This newspaper has learned that the swift release of the pair was upon orders from the Castle, Osu.

According to information available to this paper, on the dawn of last Saturday, the Mobile Force Patrol Team of the Ghana Police Service arrested two Lebanese persons, one by name Ahmed Bilall, 47, and another suspect whose name was not immediately known.

The two Lebanese nationals, according to our information, were arrested with AK 47 rifles guns, double magazines and 35 rounds of ammunitions in front of Napoleon Hotel at Dzorwulu in Accra and taken to Mobile Force Charge Office at the 37 Military Hospital area.

At the station, the two suspects are said to have told the officers that the rifles were allegedly provided to them by Staff Sergeant Fredrick Mbilla.

As a result, Mr. Mbilla was invited to the station where he confirmed that he indeed provided them with the rifles.

“After he had confirmed that he provided them with the guns and everything they were released to go, following further pressure from the Castle,” a source told this paper. Meanwhile, when the Daily Searchlight contacted the Commander of the Mobile Force Patrol Team, ASP Anthony Danso on phone to ascertain the truth of the matter, he said he will only speak when he sees the reporter after the reporter refused to disclose the source of the information.

“I can't speak on a sensitive issue like this one. I will only speak if I see the person I am talking to but right now I am at a seminar so let's make it on Friday”, he said.

Source: The Daily Searchlight



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