President John Mahama, the Chairman of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has called upon the sub-regional leaders for a meeting in Accra on Friday, May 30 to discuss the latest on Boko Haram activities.
This meeting will take place at the Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel, with main agenda is to discuss and find out the solution to Boko Haram activities affecting the region, especially the threat in Nigeria.
Ben Dotse Malor, the Presidential Spokesperson brief the media at the Flagstaff House about the meeting, he said, the meeting has been called to discuss about the strategies to stop these activities in the region.
John Mahama has already assigned tasks to Ghana’s Armed Forces to keep an eye on the threats of Boko Haram, which is now becoming a global problem yesterday.
Boko Haram is militant group based in Nigeria who is responsible in series of bomb blast which killed thousands of citizens up to date.
Also, the latest is the kidnapping of more than 200 hundred school girls which unite many world leaders to stop the Boko Haram activities before he get out of control.
The Presidential Spokesperson, Ben Dotse Malor outlined some of the activities which include a welcome address by President John Mahama, a presentation by the President of the ECOWAS Commission, Kadré Désiré Ouedraogo, then there will be a close session meeting by the leaders and finally a press conference.
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