Ghana Takes Precaution Over Boko Haram

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Ghanaian President John D. Mahama has asked the country’s Armed Forces to ‘be on the alert’ for possible terrorist attacks from Islamist militant, including the Boko Haram.

This call is following an upsurge of attacks in Nigeria, with the president who is also the chairman of ECOWAS, saying that Boko Haram, and other terrorist groups in the sub-region, threaten global peace, and should be checked before they spread further chaos. He added that even though Ghana had not yet come under direct attack, it behooves the nation to take measures to repel any such attacks if they occur.

Ada Igboanugo

Ada Igboanugo

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