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NewsNational Security Ministry warns public to be vigilant ahead of 2024 elections


National Security Ministry warns public to be vigilant ahead of 2024 elections


The National Security Ministry has embarked on a campaign to sensitize Ghanaians about the importance of staying vigilant and reporting suspicious activities to the authorities, especially as the country approaches the election period.

As part of the “See Something, Say Something” campaign, the ministry visited Tamale and plans to engage stakeholders in the northern region.

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The campaign aims to raise awareness about the dangers of terrorism and violent extremism, particularly in light of incidents in neighboring countries.

Akosua Dankwa Ntim Sekyere, Coordinator for the campaign, emphasized the need for vigilance, especially with the influx of refugees into the country daily.

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Paramount Chief of Karaga Traditional area, Naa Bakpem Kar’Naa Abdulai Nantogma, urged the ministry to work towards “silencing the gun” to prevent trouble.

He highlighted the potential for his area alone to cause chaos in the country.

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Saboba District Chief Executive, Bingrini George, described the visit as timely, noting that the District Security Committee has been educating border communities on vigilance.

He called on the people of Saboba to support the campaign for the safety of Ghana.

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