Gov't To Use Drones To Monitor Borders Ahead Of General Elections

Gov't To Use Drones To Monitor Borders Ahead Of General Elections

The Ablekuma South Member of Parliament and member of the parliamentary select committee on defense and interior, Fritz Baffuor has revealed government's resolve to employ the use of drones to effectively monitor Ghana's borders ahead of the November 7 elections.

Fritz Baffuor explained in an interview with Kasapa FM on Thursday that the motive behind the use of drones is to the safeguard the nation's borders especially when the country was surrounded by states who had experienced bloody civil wars.

The revelation by Fritz Baffuor comes in the wake of troubling reports regarding the illegal trafficking of fire arms and ammunition into the country especially as the much anticipated general elections comes up. In the meantime, security experts have warned the country could plunge into a civil unrest this year if government fails to secure the needed security to forestall any such occurrence.

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