The Ministry of National Security has identified the movement of suspicious persons on the hills of Bunkprungu-Nankpanduri District in the North-East Region.

Similar intelligence was gathered at Garu in the Upper East Region. The activities of these suspicious persons are not known yet.

But in a letter sighted by JoyNews, the Ministry revealed that members of the group, aboard motorbikes, were reported to have dressed in apparel covering their faces and seen heading towards the mountainous areas in the Garu District.

It has, therefore, advised all security agencies to be on high alert to avert any possible breaches.

The statement was copied to the Chief of Defence Staff of the Ghana Armed Forces and the Inspector-General of Police (IGP).

This report comes barely two weeks after the Ministry of National Security launched the “See Something,  Say Something Campaign ” which aims at raising public alertness on extremist activities.

Recent security alerts identifies Ghana as a hotspot for a possible insurgency by terrorists following incidents of attacks recorded in neighbouring countries with the possibility of a spillover.