Agenda - West Africa National Security & Armoured Vehicles Conference

West African nations are investing millions into their critical security.

Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo, has recently highlighted the importance of improved homeland security through two initiatives:

  1. $150 million to establish a National Cyber Security Centre by 2019
  2. An initial $177 million to enhance Ghana’s “special police units“ to include the procurement of protective gear, guns and ammunition, as well as 1000 police vehicles

IQPC is honoured to deliver the West Africa National Security & Armoured Vehicles Conference (18-19 June, Kempinski Hotel, Accra, Ghana) to gather regional infantry commanders, armoured regiments, directors of national intelligence, inspector generals and commissioners of police, immigration and border control authorities to tackle these evolving threats and improve the resilience of homeland security across West Africa.

Our VIP speakers discussing their future requirements for Africa’s homeland security include:

  • Lt. Gen. Obed Boamah Akwa, Chief of Defence Staff, Ghana Armed Forces
  • Maman Sambo Sidikou, Permanent Secretary, G5 Sahel
  • Colonel Dieng Abdourahmane, Head, Regional Security Division, ECOWAS 
  • Colonel Massina Yotrofei, Director General, Gendarmerie Nationale Togo
  • Captain Leon Fortune, Tactical Response Commander, South African Police Service 
  • Mabo Olugbenga, Director of Operations and General Investigation, National Drug and Law Enforcement Agency of Nigeria
  • Abe Abe Max II, Commissioner, National Security Division, Cameroon Police
  • And many more…

Download the agenda now to find out the topics to be discussed in tackling West Africa's national security threats.

Ghana Armed Forces, G5 Sahel, ECOWAS, Cameroon Police, National Drug and Law Enforcement Agency of Nigeria, Gendarmerie Nationale Togo and more have already confirmed their attendance.


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