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There are no mountains in Garu; National Security’s alert on suspicious movement hoax – Thomas Anabah

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Habana Medical Service, Dr. Thomas Anabah has described the National Security Ministry’s alert on the suspicious movement of people around Garu District in the Upper East Region as a hoax.

The National Security Ministry through a letter signed by Coordinator Amb. Maj-Gen Francis Adu-Amanfoh and copied to the Chief of Defence Staff of the Ghana Armed Forces and the Inspector-General of Police reported sighting some suspicious people on board motorbikes and heading for the mountainous area in the Garu District.

“Intelligence gathered indicates a suspicious movement of a group of persons along a mountainous area that borders Bunkpurugu/Nankpanduri District in the North East Region and Garu District in the Upper East Region.

“That the group was reportedly sighted aboard motorbikes dressed in apparel that hid their faces and headed for the mountainous area in the Garu District,” parts of a letter distributed by the National Security reads.

Dr. Thomas Anabah who is a native of Garu says the National Security Coordinator should not hide behind his office to create fear and panic for people living along the Garu and Nakpanduri borders.

Insisting that there are no mountains in Garu, the CEO of Habana Medical Service implores the National Security to come out with the source of its information.

“Mr. Security coordinator, can your source tell us where those people are located now? We are glad to help you fight any terrorists but we can’t accept this hoax,” Dr. Thomas W Anabah notes in a post on his Facebook page.

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What a hoax from a National Security Coordinator!

The National Security Coordinator should not hide behind his office to create fear and panic for people living along the Garu and Nakpanduri borders.
My checks in that area from Yiziguk (bordering with Togo) to Farfar, Bantafaruk, Denigu to Siisi, and Sinebaga, can’t confirm his communique.
People living along that place want to know why the National Security coordinator has cooked such a HOAX?
From the communique, the author mentioned the said people have moved into the mountainous areas of Garu. For your information Mr. Coordinator, Garu has no mountainous area. You can check again from your informants.
If you are referring to the Nakpanduri scarp, I am sorry that can’t be Garu.
More so, all the area below the scarp is well-populated with farmers these days tilling their lands and guiding their crops from being grassed by cows, be it day or night.
These people have not seen such movement of people not talking about people covering their faces.
Mr. Security coordinator, can your source tell us where those people are located now? We are glad to help you fight any terrorists but we can’t accept this hoax.

Eric Nana Yaw Kwafo

Eric Nana Yaw Kwafo

Journalist

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