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Don't focus just on your own interests - landlords advised.

The Municipal Chief Executive for the Ejisu Municipality (MCE), Samuel Oduro Frimpong, has warned landlords in the Ejisu Municipality to be careful with the kind of people they rent their rooms to as part of the recently launched "You see something, you say something" campaign by the National Security.

The MCE claims that the recent surge of foreign nationals into the municipality has caused tremendous concern and called for caution.

The head of the Municipal Security Council (MUSEC) urged all landlords to help strengthen national security by thoroughly investigating applicants before renting to them during an appearance on the Oyerepa breakfast show presented by Nana Yaw Mensah Joel.

We occasionally detect signs of foreigners from the neighboring nations entering the nation and sheltering in residences in the Ejisu Municipality. The landlords who charge them exorbitant rent rates are the current problem. Before housing these persons whose identities are unknown and that of their mission in the country, these landlords must consider the security of the entire nation, not just their own gains. He declared

Within a week, 48 suspected illegal immigrants were detained in the Ejisu Municipality.

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