As part of his working outings to the numerous GIS installations, the COMPTROLLER GENERAL (CG) of Immigration, Kwame Asuah Takyi, made a special trip to the Immigration Service Academy and Training School (ISATS), flanked by Management Members, to gauge firsthand preparation ahead of the training programme. The visit’s goal was to evaluate and inspect the state of camp facilities in readiness for the forthcoming recruitment.
Received by the COMMANDANT; ACI. Alex Adu and the COMMANDING OFFICER; C/Supt. Kwabena Addai Koduah, the CG was reviewed to a regimental quarter-guard led by Asst. Insp. Frank Bucknor whiles strictly observing COVID 19 rules, .
In a closed door briefing, the COMMANDANT gave a detailed account so far of facilities and other policy ideas home tailored for the training center. Major policy ideas that laid in wait and ongoing was also discussed. It is a excepted to bear visible fruits in the soonest future.
Mr. Kwame Asuah Takyi moved to inspect the progress being made at the training camp and vehemently ordered ongoing works to race against time, while giving a few suggestions.
During a conference with the SENIOR OFFICERS of both schools, he specified that there must be a replica of the different departments at the headquarters in each of the schools; The Academy and Training School, separately.
Regardless of the difficulties, he praised the COMMANDANT and COMMANDING OFFICERS for their excellent efforts saying, “You both have trained far more recruits and cadets in the service’s history, and I have no doubt that, despite the large number of recruits and cadets expected, its only difficult but not impossible for you to train again.”
He counselled SENIOR OFFICERS to avoid taking sides and banding together to develop internal politics adding; “Rather than dumping problems on the leaders alone, make an effort to handle them at your level. Every leader is concerned with long-term policy and may not be aware of the underlying difficulties. As a group, be supportive of one another and strive for group success.”
He finally added; “There will be huge changes in the training school, so don’t be surprised, it will be for the best,” he said in his farewell speech. “I’ll be back soon.”
The trip went off without a hitch.
STORY FROM: PUBLIC AFFAIRS UNIT
(IMMIGRATION SERVICE ACADEMY AND TRAINING SCHOOL)