Eliasu Alhassan, a Ghanaian ISIS recruit who returned to Ghana recently is in the grips of National security operatives and facing prosecution.
Eliasu Alhassan was arrested upon arrival in Ghana after joining the Islamic State group. According to Starr Fm’s Wilberforce Asare, Mr. Alhassan has already been arraigned to court for further action.
Upon his arrest, Starr FM reports that documents found on Mr. Alhassan suggest that the returnee-recruit is a former student of the St. Augustine’s Senior High School and currently a final year medical student at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
At court today, Mr.Alhassan’s case was adjourned to April 20.
His arrest is part of security measures by the national security operatives in Ghana to help combat any terrorist attacks in the country after admitting that Ghana was vulnerable to terrorist attacks in the wake of attacks on neighboring countries.
Last month news broke that one of the Ghanaian ISIS recruits, Mohammed Nazir Nortei Alema, had died in Syria. News of terrorist attacks in Ivory Coast and Nigeria has also called for the national security operatives to intensify their work on keeping Ghana against terrorism attacks