‘See Something, Say Something’ launched to help fight threats of terrorism

The National Security Ministry has today, Tuesday, May 24, 2022, launched a Citizen Education Campaign to help raise awareness and alertness on a possible terrorist attack in Ghana.

The initiative is dubbed “See something, say something”, and key purpose is to educate and encourage Ghanaians to report any suspicious activities related to terrorism to the security agencies.

According tyo the Ministry, “See something, say something” campaign is part of efforts to help deal with the terrorists threat in the West African sub-region.

Ghanaians who notice anything unusual about the security situation, are encouraged to inform the various agencies by dialling 999 (toll-free) or use any of the security agencies’ phone numbers or social media handles.

For those who don’t want to be identified for fear of being labelled as snitches, the complaints can be lodged anonymously too, the security agencies have announced. You can as well report to assembly members, District Chief Executives, chiefs, opinion leaders, presiding members and community leaders.


By: Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana

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