Ghana’s embassy in Cairo change location after bomb threat

Ghana’s mission in Cairo, Egypt, has moved to a different location in the city following a bomb threat outside the office last Sunday.

Explosive experts in the North African country were called in by some civilians to defuse the unexploded device that had been planted outside the Embassy located on the 26th of July Corridor Street in the district of Mohandessin, Eest of Cairo.

A statement signed by Communications Minister, Dr. Edward Omane Boamah, said the change in the location of the mission is for security reasons.


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