Superintendent Cephas Arthur said adequate security measures have been put in place to ensure an incident-free Easter.
The Director of Public Affairs for the Ghana Police Service, Superintendent Cephas Arthur, however, called on the public to be extra vigilant in order to make the work of the police easier.
"We are in an era where these [terrorist] attacks [are rampant]; although they are not happening in Ghana, they are all around us, and we know that mostly the terrorists also attack crowds. So, we have also deployed persons, who are well trained to manage that," Supt. Arthur noted.
"We have some anti-terrorist personnel also deployed over there. We have to be very vigilant as members of the public [and] pick pieces of information. Everything that we see that is not normal or unusual, we should not sleep over them; we should endeavour to pass those pieces of information onto the police or the security agencies there, so that they can also work. We [the police] are looking seriously at the activities of terrorists," he told Accra-based Class FM.
He, however, said adequate security measures have been put in place to ensure an incident-free Easter.