They allegedly charged the prospective recruits between GH¢50 and Gh¢150 per person.
“On December 5, 2015 at about 7.30am the police received information that a group of people were recruiting for National Security at Taifa Burkina. The police proceeded to the scene at St. Dominic’s Catholic Church Park and met about 325 people undergoing physical training for the national security,” ASP Tenge said.
Preliminary investigations indicate the suspects Godson Kwame Duhu, a former national security operative, and also a self-styled national coordinator of an unregistered Afrigan Fidel Suricom, collected between Gh¢50 and Gh¢150 each from some of the victims under the pretext of helping them to be enlisted into the security services.”
The suspects are being tried for fraud.