I’ll Secure Parliament If Approved Prosper Bani

Interior minister-designate Prosper Bani has given the assurance that he will work with the leadership of parliament to secure the premises of the House if his nomination is approved.

He said his observation about the level of security at the legislative chamber has shown that basic security within the precinct of the lawmaking chamber is low.

“…I will tell you and observation; I drove around parliament and the State House early morning on two different occasions and nobody asked me anything.

“ So one of the immediate decision I will take when given the nod is to work with leadership to secure parliament,” the former Chief of Staff of President John Mahama told members of the Appointment Committee of parliament today during his vetting.

Prosper Bani, a specialist in International Peace-Building and Development has worked for over 15 years with the United Nations and has held various positions on both regional and international organizations across the world.

He led innovative processes in peace and development in Kosovo, Tajikistan, Senegal, Switzerland, South Africa and Afghanistan.

Other accomplishments include mobilizing donor supports for post-conflicts peace building projects in Georgia, Croatia, Bosnia, Sierra- Leone, India, El-Salvador, Mozambique, Haiti and Fiji.

Mr. Bani is highly experienced in initiating and managing strategies for governance, building partnerships and facilitating complex relationships, especially in conflict resolution, development and management. He was once Director of Studies at the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ).

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