National security takes “see something, say something” campaign to Volta Region

The head of client services at the national security ministry educated residents on the need to report suspicious behaviour and demonstrated how to file a report

The Ministry of National Security has taken its “see something, say something” campaign to the Volta Region as part of ongoing nationwide campaigns against terrorist attacks.

The campaign is aimed at encouraging the citizenry to collaborate with security agencies to combat threats of terrorism in the country, especially in border towns and communities.

A delegation from the ministry, led by the Volta regional office of the national security and the Ho West district chief executive, toured some border towns in the Ho West district. The team visited four communities, including Dodome-Awuiasu, in Dodome traditional area and other towns in the district, including Honuta and Kpedze.

They sensitised residents on how to be vigilant and report suspicious behaviours to the ministry and any other security agencies.

The delegation urged residents to call toll-free 999 to report suspicions. The ministry’s deputy director of National Counter Terrorism Fusion Centre, Osei Bonsu, educated the chiefs and people of Dodome-Awuiasu saying the campaign is critical in ensuring safety society for all in the country.

He said, “…you see something you report it to 999 and then we come down to intervene.” He added that the campaign “falls under our human security strategy.”

The head of client services at the ministry, Akosua Ntim Sekyere, educated residents on the need to report suspicious behaviour and demonstrated how to file a report. She cautioned them not to make prank calls because it can jeopardise the country’s security.

Residents asked questions on peace, security and how to identify suspected terrorists.


Reporting by Albert Kuzor in the Volta Region


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