- The UK has said terrorist attacks are likely to hit Ghana
- They have thus warned UK citizens in the country to be cautions
- The terrorists are said to be targeting areas visited by foreigners with indiscriminate attacks
The United Kingdom (UK) has warned its citizens in Ghana to be cautions as terrorist attacks are likely to hit Ghana, according to a report seen by YEN.com.gh on Citinewsroom.com.
This is part of an update on travel advice for British nationals traveling to Ghana.
The update added that the attacks could be indiscriminate with target areas being places where foreigners visit most.
“Terrorists are likely to try to carry out attacks in Ghana. Attacks could be indiscriminate, including in places visited by foreigners,” the update read.
It is estimated that about 90,000 British nationals visit Ghana every year.
This update comes at a time that the Canadian government has cautioned its citizens of potential violent crimes in Ghana following the suspected kidnapping of two of its nationals in Kumasi.
Meanwhile, an Uber driver has been arrested in connections with the kidnapping of the two Canadians in Ghana.
They had travelled to the Ashanti Region as part of a work they were doing for a non-governmental organisation (NGO).
The Ghana police has said they are working hard to arrest those involved in this act.
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