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National Security Minister Issues Guidelines On Enhancing Security At Public Places

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Following the activities of terrorist groups in neighbouring West African countries, Ghana’s National Security has cautioned the general public against possible similar attacks.

 

According to the statement signed by the minister of National Security, Hon Albert Kan Dapaah, said , “the Ministry of National Security  would like to draw the  attention of the general public to the growing threat of terrorism in the sub-region of the country and urge everyone to be vigilant and extra careful about their personal and communal security”

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” Many of our neighbours have  unfortunately suffered attacks from the terrorist groups as their activities have spread from the Sahelian region towards the Coastal West-Africa States”

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Ghana’s proximity to these countries (Burkina Faso to the North, Benin and Togo to the East and Ivory Coast to the West) exposes the country to extremist recruitment or attacks or both, it added.

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Source: TodayGhanaMedia.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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