Threats of attack on foreign national in South Africa (Photo Report)

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Ghana High Commissioner to South Africa, H.E George Ayisi-Boateng, early today had a telephone conversation with some leaders of the Republic of Ghana over the weekend response to threats on social media of a proposed attack on foreign national South Africa to be staged today, Monday 2nd September 2019.

Mr.Ayisi-Boateng's  Mission is hereby reiterating the advice given to leaders of the Ghanaian Association through the said telephone conversation that, Ghanaians in South African should be cautious and avoid places that are prone to violence.

He again advise that, Ghanaians in South Africa should also communicate early signal and Potential threats to their leaders as well as the Pretoria mission and the police.

All Ghanaian living in and around Hotspot in South Africa are humble advice by the High Commissioner to be on the alert, watch and monitor the movement of suspicious assailants.

The High Commissioner also advice that, all Ghanaians should be watchful and stay away from public places for the meantime.

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Meanwhile, the mission is engaging with other Diplomatic mission and the government of the Republic of South Africa to seek ways of finding a permanent solution to the unbearable and unfortunate recurrence of attacks on foreign nationals in the country.

He asks Ghanaians in South Africa to stay calm.


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