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Nana Akufo-Addo has appointed Brigadier General Emmanuel Okyere, a Military Engineer, as National Security Advisor, where as a Security Expert and former Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) Director, Joshua Kyeremeh, has been named the National Security Co-ordinator.


The Bureau of National Investigations is the internal intelligence agency of Ghana. Bureau of National Investigations | BNI is an integral part of the National Security Council which oversees matters of the counterintelligence and security of Ghana both internal security and external security. The Bureau of National Investigations | BNI has investigative jurisdiction to arrest or detain and interrogate over a wide range of criminal offenses.

 

Among the duties of the Bureau of National Investigations | BNI are dealing with organized crime and financial crime, and providing intelligence to counter threats to Ghana's national security. The Bureau of National Investigations | BNI is legally a creature of, The Security and Intelligence Agencies Act (Act 526) 1996, having been continued in existence by Section 10 of that Act. The BNI has undisclosed offices in all the ten regions of Ghana and internationally.

 

Abbreviation:BNI
Established:1996
Legal status:Active
Purpose:Cyberwarfare
Espionage
Counterintelligence
Internal security
Intelligence agency
Security agency
Region served:
Ghana (Worldwide)
Affiliations:Ministry of Defence (Ghana)
Presidency of Ghana
Budget:
$2-4 billion (estimate)
Staff:
20,000

 

Address:Accra
City:Accra
Region:Greater Accra
Telephone:0302 223812

 

Website Location

 

Map of Bureau of National Investigations Offices Annex, 2nd Csir Cl, Accra, Ghana



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Page Last Updated On Tuesday, 13 November 2018.