According to the statement signed by the Minister of Communications, Dr. Edward Omane Boamah, which reads, “The government of Ghana has condemned the deliberate murder of 147 university students in Kenya.”
On behalf of all Ghanaians, I would like to condolences to the victims, students and staff of the Garissa University College and the Government and people of Kenya, said Dr. Edward Omane.
The Chair of the ECOWAS Authority of Heads of State and Government, President John Dramani Mahama said, “The continent has to be united in these types of situation when dealing with terrorist threats and attacks.”
According to the media reports, almost 147 students has been brutally killed by an organization called al-Shabab on Thursday in Kenya at the Garissa university campus, which has raised many questions over why warnings were ignored.
The local media reports that there have been threats by the militant groups and intelligence have already informed the university management.
After the attack on the Kenyan university, many countries have high alerted their police and various departments to avoid any of these situations in the future.
The officials of the University of Nairobi said, we have already warned the students about this on 25 March after receiving intelligence information and asked them to be very watchful.
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