Ghanaian President Akufo-Addo has called the New Zealand terror attack ‘a stark reminder of the threat of terrorism poses’ for all human beings.
Nana Akufo-Addo stressed to remain united against terrorism.
He strongly condemned the New Zealand mosques attack in Christchurch. He also expresses his commiserations to all the families of victims and with the government. Moreover, he urged the people to stand up against all killings based on a twisted understanding of religion.
He posted his sympathies on Facebook which reads as: “I join the rest of the world in condemning the terror attack in New Zealand, and sympathize with the families of the dead and wounded and with the government of Prime Minister Jacinda Arden”.
The statement further added that “the attack is a stark reminder of the threat terrorism pose to all the peoples of the world”. He urged Ghanaians to stand up together against all atrocities.
New Zealand mosques killings have left at least 50 people dead in Christchurch, New Zealand. Meanwhile, 48 people injured in the shooting. The alleged gunman has had Australian citizenship. Meanwhile, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison called the attacker an ‘extremist, right-wing’ terrorist. More than dozens of injured are still in critical condition.
Copyright © 2019 Ghanalive.TV. All Rights Reserved.