National Security Ministry sensitizes Ghanaians on dangers of extremist activities

The Ministry of National Security has taken its nationwide sensitization exercise, “See Something, Say Something,” to the Savannah Region.

The campaign aims to educate Ghanaians on how terrorist organizations operate and encourage them to report suspicious activities to the authorities.

Kester Osei, a member of the campaign team, said the exercise is not meant to create fear and panic but to prepare Ghanaians for any eventuality.

He urged citizens to call the toll-free number 999 to report any suspicious objects or persons.

Ibrahim Seidu, Savannah Regional Liaison Officer for National Security, expressed his delight with the exercise and encouraged residents to implement the teachings to ensure a safer and stable Ghana.

Beneficiaries of the exercise expressed their appreciation for the delivery of such an important message.

The Savannah Region is the 12th region to benefit from the exercise, which aims to cover all sixteen regions of the country.

By: Alhassan D Baba | Metrotvonline.com | Ghana

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