Kamal Deen made this statement on 'THE KEYPOINTS' on TV3 this morning, 3rd July 2021, when he defended that there is no total insecurity in Ghana following the recent killings at Ejura.
According to Kamal Deen, the fact that some people took the law into their own hands to criminally behave in a manner that will not benefit us and calls for security urgency does not mean that we can say that we are in a state of insecurity in this country.
"For the 64 years that we had as a country, ask yourself, is there a year that the police never recorded crime in the country. This is not to say we should downplay it. The perception is right. People can say there is insecurity, but to create an atmosphere of total insecurity in this country for me is unfortunate. We have to come to a definition where the term insecurity will come into play." - he said
He added that sometimes we say these things without knowing that we are pushing people away who would want to come and work with us. He said that we are causing economic havoc to ourselves with some of these statements.
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