The death of Ghanaian ISIS recruit irrelevant to us – security analyst


An international relations and security expert at the University of Cape Coast, Dr Kingsley Agyei, has shot down the relevance of ongoing discussions on whether the Ghanaian ISIS recruit is dead or not.

Speaking with 3FM news, he explained that the concern and focus of the country should not be on the death of the Ghanaian ISIS recruit but on the measures that government would put in place to forestall any terror attack.

Mohammed Nazir Nortei Alema joined the terror group as an adult at the age of 25, he noted, debating the truism of his death is not important at this critical moment.

According to Dr Agyei, the national focus should be on how to prevent the ISIS group from striking on us. “The question is what we can do to prevent ISIS”.

Mohammed Nazir Nortei Alema graduated from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and joined the terrorist group ISIS in August 2015.
By Collins Essuman| 3FM |

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