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Report mass movement of motorbikes – UE police urge public

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The Upper East Regional Police Commander, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCOP) Dr. Sayibu Pabi Gariba has urged the public to be alert and report the mass movement of motorbikes to the security services.

Terrorists, mostly from the Sahelian countries often use motorbikes to ride into nearby villages and carry out attacks on residents.

“We must also be careful about mass movement. If you see a mass movement of motorbikes, you need to report. We must be alert to take this terrorist threat from the Sahel seriously. Formerly, it was about Burkina Faso but today Togo is being hit and I learn the Garu-Tempane side is being hit”, he indicated.

In the face of terrorism threats fronting Ghana, the Regional Police Commander wants the public to assist the security services to combat it by reporting the mass movement of motorbikes.

“It has now been established that about 30 or 15 motorbikes can move about virtually two platoons of armed men. And they will not go straight, they will move tactically. But the bottom line is that for them to be able to attack, they will combinate, plan, command, and control the establishment, they launched. That is how Togo was attacked and its soldiers killed. And that is why it is very important for us to look out for mass movements of motorbikes.”

DCOP Dr. Gariba gave these security guidelines when the leadership of the Upper East Regional branch of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) led by its Chairman, William Nlanjerbor Jalulah paid a courtesy call on the command.

While assuring the public of the police readiness to counter terrorist attacks DCOP Dr. Gariba assured the public that security services are beefed up at border towns to combat terrorism when it occurs.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Joshua Asaah|Bolgatanga|Ghana

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