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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has guaranteed the Government and individuals of Burkina Faso the responsibility of the local body towards winning the battle against illegal intimidation and savage radicalism.
Sympathizing with President Roch Marc Christian Kabore on Wednesday, ninth June 2021, in Ouagadougou, following the killing of somebody hundred and sixty (160) individuals on Sunday by obscure assailants, President Akufo-Addo who is likewise the Chairman of ECOWAS, expressed that the scourge of psychological oppression should be crushed in West Africa if residents are to live in states of harmony, opportunity, progress and flourishing.
As indicated by the President, the battle against psychological oppression should be an aggregate exertion, and, thusly, it is occupant on ECOWAS to arrange and help nations, like Burkina Faso, Niger, and Mali, that are at the bleeding edge of the fight against illegal intimidation and rough fanaticism, to win the battle.
With the following ECOWAS Summit planned to be held in Accra on nineteenth June, the ECOWAS Chair demonstrated that top of the plan of the gathering of Heads of State won’t just incorporate changes to the Organization yet, in addition, a solid goal by the Member States to carry out an extensive strategy to battle adequately the hazard of psychological warfare.
President Akufo-Addo emphasized further the assurance and responsibility of Ghana extend and fortify the ties of companionship and co-activity with Burkina Faso, in regions, for example, infrastructural advancement, rail routes improvement, and horticulture, for the shared advantage of their particular people groups.
On his part, President Kabore expressed gratitude toward President Akufo-Addo, the Ghanaian public, and, for sure, individuals of the ECOWAS Community for the fortitude appeared to the Burkinabe individuals on these troublesome occasions.
He noticed that, with nations like Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, Nigeria and Cote d’Ivoire, lately, enduring the worst part of illegal intimidation and savage radicalism, it is significant that nations in West Africa rally behind one another to crush the hazard.
The Burkinabe President focused on that it is just West Africans, cooperating, that can crush psychological oppression, and, in this manner, loaned his help to his Ghanaian partner’s call for ECOWAS to start to lead the pack in the battle against illegal intimidation.
President Akufo-Addo has since gotten back to Ghana.