The president of IMANI Ghana center for policy and education, Franklin Cudjoe has sends another strong message to president, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and security agencies in the country after Chad president, Iddris Deby has been announced dead and Nigeria prison breakers were found arrested in Ghana today.
The famous leader of IMANI Ghana has issued a strong warning to the government of Ghana stating that the rebel forces that killed Chad president, Iddris Deby can break through into the country because of what happened today he saw about jail breakers being arrested in Ghana which shocked Ghanaians.
He said it's too shaky to see the one billion dollar budgeted group of 5 sahelian countries security found to defeat poverty and fight off rebel activity looks shaky after the death of Chad president.
He strongly warn Nana Akufo-Addo and security agencies in the country that if these rebels who kill a president break through Burkina Faso, Chad, Mauritania, Mali and Niger, and band with discontented youth in our land, then Ghana will be in serious trouble.
He told NPP Government led by Nana Akufo-Addo that it was shocking they found Nigeria jail breakers in the country, and added that he is sure that the security agencies are watching everything that is happening.
"Iddris Deby dies. He was about serving a sixth term in office. He died while battling rebel forces from Libya. The $1bn budgeted Group of 5 Sahelian countries security fund to defeat poverty and fight off rebel activity looks shaky. If these rebels break through Burkina Faso, Chad, Mauritania, Mali, Niger and Mali, and band with discontented youth in our land, we are in trouble. We just found Nigerian prison breakers in Ghana. I am sure Ghana's security services are on top of their game" he said to warn Government to start preparing against those rebels.
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