Terrorism: Be watchful – Norman to National Security

President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Institute for Security, Disaster and Emergency Studies, Dr Ishmael Norman, has noted that although Ghana has been spared terrorist attacks, the security agencies especially the National Security must be on the alert.

He said this while speaking at Media General’s forum on whose duty it is fix the country, on Thursday June 10.

“The National security will have to do its work very well because the sub region is facing serious upheaval.

“It to always foil attacks coordinate the Police and Immigration to  and miscreants arrested and prosecuted,” Dr Norman said.

He added “On this call,  I can say  national security has achieved a lot of  successes which  we may not know about  and it should continue to do  because Ghana has been spared  of terrorist attacks  but we need to watch the northern part of  our country  really well  in consideration of the development  in Burkina Faso and other parts of  the country.”

General Manager of News at Media General, Mr Sedem Ofori assured that Media General will provide its platforms at all time as part of efforts to shape to address the issues facing the country.

Speaking at a forum he said “Today’s forum has been inspired  by the increases spate of social  agitations in Ghana  especially among the youth  who feel dissatisfied  with the state of affairs as regards  access to jobs  and livelihood opportunities , access to quality and affordable education , human environmental security , the perceived lack of candor in government  and the pervasive culture  of impunity in public office.

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“As the leading television station in Ghana, TV3 has been  consistent in leveraging  its unmatched reach  and influence  to engage various sections of the  public on topical issues which germane to the times .

“Today, we have brought together thought leaders to help us diagnose what it is about Ghana that it needs to be fixed.”

By Laud Nartey|3news.com|Ghana