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Monguno seeks Ghana’s cooperation to curb low-border motion of criminals, firearms

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Nigeria’s National Safety Adviser, Babagana Monguno, has called for cooperation among security agencies between Ghana and Nigeria to sort out the proliferation of tiny palms and mild weapons within the two countries.

Monguno made the resolution when he delivered a lecture on the Ghana Armed Forces Characterize and Workers College titled “The Order of Safety in West Africa: Curbing the Spread of Terrorism and Preventing Coup Contagion” to people of the Ghana Armed Forces and students in Ghana.

A press open on Tuesday by the Office of National Safety Adviser (ONSA) Head of Strategic Dialog, Zakari Usman, said that Mr Monguno pressured out that the critical-needed collaboration would also support in stamping out herder/farmer’ clashes, low-border motion of criminals and drug trafficking within the plot.

Per the statement, the NSA underscored the importance of countering terrorism and violent extremism, transnational organised crime, local weather alternate, cyber threats, porous borders and piracy/sea robbery within the Gulf of Guinea.

“Over the route of his consult with, NSA Monguno met with senior Ghanaian and Nigerian officials, including the Minister of National Safety, Hon Albert Kan- Dapaah, and the Ambassador Nigeria High Commission, His Excellency Ambassador Ibok – Ete Ekwe Ibas,” Monguno said.

He also paid a courtesy name on the Vice President of Ghana, Alhaji (Dr) Mahamudu Bawumia.

The NSA also visited the Secretariat of the Accra Initiative (ACRI), the put he became briefed on the organisation and its actions.

In his conferences, NSA Monguno conveyed the appreciation of President Muhammadu Buhari to the Ghanaian Minister of National Safety for his consult with to Nigeria in October 2021.

NSA Monguno congratulated the Minister of National Safety on the successful hosting of the maiden model of ECOWAS Forum of NSAs and informed that the takeaways from the assembly which included the must make stronger collective regional response, constructing capabilities to sort out regional threats and the improvement of regional security be vigorously pursued and performed.

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