GIS Boss lauds cooperation of security agencies at the country’s land borders

 The Comptroller-General of Immigration (CGI), Mr. Kwame Asuah Takyi, has commended security agencies for collaborating at the borders in the interest of the nation.

He urged them to intensify their efforts, particularly with the upcoming general elections, to prevent any unwanted individuals from entering the country and disturbing its peace.

Mr. Takyi emphasised that regardless of the agency, whether it is Immigration, National Intelligence Bureau, Port Health, Plant Quarantine, Customs, National Security or Narcotics Control Commission, the top priority should always be the safety of the nation.

These comments were made during the commissioning of the renovated Mognori and Pulimakom Border Posts, as part of his tour of the 5 northern Regions.

The CGI and his team have already visited 4 out of the 5 regions, including Northern, North East, Upper West and Upper East regions.

During his visit to the Upper West region, he went to Missiga and Kulungugu, under the Bawku Sector and the Zebila Command, and to the Regional Headquarters, where he held a durbar with Officers.

He then proceeded to the Tumu Sector, Nero and Lane Checkpoints.

As part of his visit, Mr. Takyi paid a courtesy call on the Overlord of the Wala Traditional Council, Wa Naa Fuseini Seidu Pelpuo IV, where he was received by the Council of Elders, led by the Busa Naa, Ali Seidu Pelpuo.

During his engagements with his men and other border officials, Mr. Takyi boosted their morale and encouraged them to continue their good work.

Additionally, he inspected some ongoing projects in the Upper West Regional Command.



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