Deputy Minister of Defence, Maj. R
Most Ghanaians have expressed worries about their safety following these latest criminal incidents including the kidnapping of young girls in Takoradi.
The Minority in Parliament and the Ghana Bar Association have also had cause to ask the IGP and Interior Minister to act in relation to this matter.
But in an interview with Host Henry Lord on Ejura based Naagyei Fm Thursday, Hon. Maj.
“I disagree when anybody says Ghanaians are in a state of insecurity. Ghana is safe and the citizenry must go about their duties without looking over their shoulders. For instance, we can’t compare the kidnapping of only three girls in Ghana to what happens in Nigeria where over 200 girls are kidnapped.