Ghana must help fight terrorism, Italian Prime Minister insists

Ghana must help fight terrorism, Italian Prime Minister insists

The Italian Prime Minister has in an address to Ghana's Parliament argued that all countries including Ghana would have to join in the fight global against terrorism.

Matteo Renzi during his official address to the nation on Tuesday expressed the need for Ghanaian leaders to partner Italy to fight all terrorists "who want to destroy our values...inclusion, and unity.”

"Terrorism aims at disintegrating the society. They try to kill us and force us to live in fear. We must refuse this message and together, in the name of culture, ideas and democracy fight against this terrible message and work together in unity because the future is for us, our children and grandchildren," he expressed.

The statement by the Italian Prime Minister follows recent concerns of a possible terrorist attack in Ghana after the attacks on Burkina Faso by Terrorist groups. In the meantime, government has also heightened security across border points and high profiled places in the country especially as the country heads for the polls on November 7th.

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