National Security Minister Urges Bole Community to Prioritize Peace

by Louisa Afful
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Albert Kan Dapaah, the National Security Minister, has called upon the chiefs and residents of Bole in the Savannah Region to uphold peace and security in the area. Speaking in response to recent clashes between the military and illegal miners, the Minister emphasized the need for collaboration among key stakeholders.

“I am here because of three main security concerns: chieftaincy and ethnic disputes, terrorism, and the importance of cooperation between security agencies and traditional leaders to maintain peace in Bole and the Savannah Region,” he stated.

Acknowledging recent tensions between residents and security forces, Minister Dapaah assured the community that efforts were underway to resolve the issues and restore peace.

“The threat of violent extremism is evident, requiring unified efforts to combat it,” he added, advocating for the ‘see something, say something’ initiative to identify potential security threats.

Looking ahead to the 2024 elections, Dapaah appealed to residents to ensure a peaceful electoral process. “Ghana is a beacon of democracy in the region, and we must safeguard our reputation,” he emphasized.

Bolewura Safo Kutugefeso commended the Minister for addressing their security concerns, affirming the community’s commitment to maintaining peace and ensuring a smooth election process.

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