- Security issues in the country are becoming quite disturbing as cases of violence are always recorded
- According to a security analyst President Akufo-Addo should reduce the rate at which he travels
- He said by so doing the president work to reduce the rate of certain security issues
Security Analyst Adam Bonaa has urged President Akufo Addo to reduce the number of times he travels abroad and pay attention to the country’s security issues.
He questioned why the Security and Intelligence agencies failed to pick signals on the tension between local farmers in the Karaga District of the North East Region and Fulani herdsmen which resulted in a lot of destruction in the town.
Adam Bonaa was Commenting on the development on ‘Alert’ a programme aired on Starr FM that discusses security matters.
“I call on the powers that be, the Commander in Chief who’s the President probably he seems to be traveling too much.
He’s failing to recognize that a section of this country has gone up in turmoil, we have issues and I’ll urge the President of the Republic, the Chairman of the National Security Council to cut down on his travels and see to the security challengers that we’re face with in this country,” Adam Bonaa stated.
He added that it was not right that in the 21st century, a whole community in the Northern Region of Ghana would go up in flames and over 30 homes burnt, animals butchered, with inadequate police personnel or security officials to move in to quell some of these barbaric acts.
In other news, the Member of Parliament (MP) for the Ayawaso West Wuogon Constituency, Lydia Seyram Alhassan, has presented 11 vehicles to her constituents.
The electoral areas which benefited are Okponglo, Dzorwulu, Abelenkpe, West Lands, Tesano, Mempeasem, Roman Ridge, Christian Village, East Legon, Legon A and Legon B.
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