A Ghana’s presidential aspirant on the platform of the ruling NPP, His Excellency Allan John Kyerematen on Monday met with Interpol Systems Consultant, Sir Chikwe Udensi in his office in Abuja.
Kyerematen was a former Minister of Trade & Industry and former Ghanaian Ambassador to the United States of America.
He was in Nigeria where he visited friends, stakeholders and professionals in various fields ahead of the forthcoming presidential election in Ghana.
The presidential hopeful who had earlier visited Nigerian leader, Muhammadu Buhari used the opportunity to congratulate Sir Chikwe Udensi on his numerous contributions to international security, urging him to extend same to Ghana.
Sir Chikwe Udensi, in his response, thanked His Excellency Allan John Kyerematen for the visit, noting that Ghana and Nigeria owe it a responsibility to each other in ensuring that democracy survives.
He said Ghana as a neighbouring country to Nigeria could be at the risk of Boko Haram insurgency, expressing the readiness of Interpol to curb trans-border crimes that may arise from the activities of Boko Haram and affiliate groups.
Sir Udensi said his organisation will seek partnership with Interpol Systems office in Ghana, saying such partnership is needed for effective security performance in both countries.