No Security Personnel Have Left Jubilee House for Unfair Treatment, Says Director of Communications at the Office of the President
Addressing concerns surrounding the alleged departure of 77 security personnel from Jubilee House, the Director of Communications at the Office of the President, Eugene Arhin, has clarified that no security official has left the presidential residence due to unfair treatment.
In a statement bearing his signature, Arhin countered rumors that suggested these security personnel had withdrawn from their posts at the Office of the President.
These rumors, which circulated on both social and traditional media platforms, insinuated that the security personnel had relinquished their roles at Jubilee House due to perceived mistreatment. However, the official statement categorically refutes these allegations and emphasizes that security officers typically exit their positions either by their own volition or as a consequence of disciplinary actions.
Arhin urged the public to disregard these unfounded rumors, emphasizing that they lack substantiating evidence. He further underscored that, during Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s tenure as President, from 2017 to the present, no instance has occurred wherein 77 security personnel departed Jubilee House due to purported “unfair treatment.”
The statement iterated, “It is important to stress that any security officer who has left Jubilee House has either been due to disciplinary reasons or as a result of a voluntary decision made by the security officer in question. We urge the public to disregard these false claims and treat them with the contempt they deserve.”