No less than 100 Ghanaians transients have joined the savage fear monger gather – the Islamic State – in Libya.
As indicated by the Minority in Ghana’s parliament, the figures were picked from a report from the Libyan government through its lawyer general.
Addressing the media Tuesday in Parliament, the Minority representative on Foreign Affairs Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa entrusted the legislature to team up with its Libyan partner to address the issue before it raises to Ghana.
He said the Ghanaian believers are “bleeding edge contenders” for ISIS, including the West African nation has been matched in same classification as Senegal, Gambia, Somalia, Chad, Niger, Eritrea and Mali.
“What is all the more startling; the extraordinary enquiry found that kidnappings of exiles were generally done by Islamic State remote warriors from Ghana, Turkey and Tunisia.
“This unpleasant report features of which was displayed to a stuffed room of global columnists a couple of days prior must essentially trigger various quick activities from our legislature – activities which all Ghanaians must request in our aggregate national intrigue,” Mr. Ablakwa told the media.
The Minority is accordingly approaching the Nana Akufo-Addo-drove government to “openly respond to this enquiry by the Libyan lawyer general’s office because of its grave repercussions to Ghana’s picture.”
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