Immigration Service says terror alert was not for public consumption

Immigration Service says terror alert was not for public consumption

Francis Palmdeti, the PRO of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) has disclosed that the latest terror alert statement emphasizing potential attacks on Ghana by terrorists was not intended for the public.

Immigration Service says terror alert was not for public consumption

The memo that was relased to all security units on terror alert landed in the media/Facebook

According to Francis Palmdeti, the alert was meant for the internal use of the various security agencies.

Responding to the statement on Starr FM, Mr. Palmdeti expressed disappointment at the way the alert has been handled by the media. He noted that the internal memo had not been approved for public consumption and that it was essentially meant for the usage of the security agencies.

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Mr. Palmdeti in his interview did not however confirm or deny the content in the alert.

The leaked statement confirmed that terrorists are planning an attack on Ghana to defuse the notion that only francophone countries were susceptible to attacks by terrorists.

Portions of the leaked document  attributed the information gathered to the terrorist attacks to the National Security Council (NSCS) The alert also stated that the terrorists enter a country with their explosives and weapons by concealing

 

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