African’s Center for Security and Intelligent Studies Executive Director, Paul Boateng is issuing warning to Ghanaians to cease comparing the way the police handled the kidnapping of the two Canadian women with the three Takoradi girls.
Talking on Eyewitness News on Wednesday, Mr. Boateng said the abduction of the three Takoradi young ladies was not given an account of time hence the challenges the police are facing in finding them.
“These are different issues, looking at the time in which the incident was reported. Such issue you need to alert the security agency on time so they can act faster, but the Takoradi issue, I don’t think it was reported on time so you cannot compare the two,” he noted.
Mr Boateng further said the recent issue on security threats are not to put fear in the populace but to keep to keep them on their toes and vigilant of their environment.
The focal point of dread dangers in Ghana comes in the midst of the expanded risk of fear assaults on holy places in the sub-district.
Australia is the most recent nation to advise its citisens on the potential security threat in Ghana, prohibiting its nationals not to utilize Ubers, taxis or other open transport in the nation.
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As of now, the United Kingdom (UK) has updated its travel guidance for British nationals making a trip to Ghana cautioning of likely fear based kidnappings in the country.
The Government of Canada prior advised its natives of potential terrorists in Ghana following the abduction of two of its nationals in Kumasi.
The two Canadian nationals were rescued on Wednesday morning.
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