The Ghana Police Service has urged all Ghanaians to remain calm amidst terrorist prophesy by popular Nigerian Prophet, T. B Joshua.
The founder of the Synagogue Church Of All Nation (SCOAN) on Sunday encouraged his church members to pray for Ghana and Nigeria as he foresaw imminent foreign attacks on the two countries.
According to him, the attacks which have been planned to take place at public gatherings will happen on a Thursday, Friday or a Saturday in April 2016 But the Police in Ghana in a statement have assured the public that it will collaborate with other security agencies to put in place measures to avert any possible terror attacks.
Below is a full statement from the Ghana Police Service.
The Ghana Police Service wishes to urge the general public to remain calm in the wake of terrorist attack prophesy by the founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Prophet T.B. Joshua.
Consequently, the Police Administration hereby assures the public that the security agencies have jointly put adequate measures in place to forestall any terrorist attacks or disturbances. All the requisite operational strategies, including intelligence gathering and tactical deployment of personnel have been unfolded to nib any breach of the peace in the bud.
In view of this, the Police is seeking the co-operation of the general public in the fight against the scourge of terrorism and other violent crimes. The public is, therefore, implored to bear with the Police any inconveniences efforts to deal with the situation may cause.
Meanwhile, members of the public are also entreated to be vigilant, and report any suspicious parcels or items left at public places and other vantage points, or questionable characters to the Police for the necessary action.
The Police can be reached on the following emergency lines in case of any information relevant to crime combat:
MTN and Vodafone Shortcode – 18555
All Networks – 191 or 0302773906
Once again the Police wishes to assure the public that we are on top of the security situation in the country.