Minister for interior, Ambrose Dery, has rejected claims being made by Ghanaians that the nation is no more a secure safe house for individuals.
In a report recorded by CitiNews, concurring to him, after you visit the neighboring nations and see what is happening there, Ghanaians will realise they are not within the same association when it comes to wrongdoing.
In his response to the later burglary assault on the bullion van at Korle-Bu, Ambrose Dery said the government has not misplaced the battle against wrongdoing within the nation.
“…We have not lost control. I always want to emphasise that, we need to go to neighbouring countries to see what is happening there, but we are not in the same league with them.
We want to do better than we are doing now, but believe me, Ghana is safe; that is why all the other countries are running to Ghana,” he said.