Ghana’s president John Dramani Mahama says he is not taking the supposed terrorist threat on his country lightly. President Mahama was speaking at an event organized in his honor by the New York University (NYU) at the Kimmel Center in Manhattan, New York on Friday September 27.
In a reaction to questions from the audience, President Mahama acknowledged the role Ghanaian troops played in pushing the coalition of rebel forces out of their West African neighbor Mali, which has been cited as the main reason for the alleged threat. Last week, the British Foreign Office issued a warning to its citizens of possible terrorist attacks on Ghana as a result of the country’s military participation in Mali. According to the release, attacks could be indiscriminate, including in places visited by expatriates and foreign travelers.
President Mahama attributed the alleged threat to the US…
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