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The Minister for the Interior, Mr. Ambrose Dery has revealed that Ghana is home to nearly fourteen thousand (14,000) refugees who have escaped from ravages of war in the home countries of Liberia, Togo, Sudan, Cote D’Ivoire amongst others.
He has therefore called for the need to tackle the root causes of refugee problems in the sub-region in particular and the Continent as a whole.
The Minister made these statements during the inauguration of the Eleven- Member Ghana Refugee Board in Accra on Monday, July 10, 2017.
My Fellow Ghanaians,
My Brothers and Sisters,
It would be ironic and perhaps, some might even say, a bit unwise, for me to stand before you this morning—just as I am to deliver a speech—and admit that I am at a loss for words. But that is precisely what I am doing, because it is the truth.
An event, or a series of events, such as the floods and explosion that occurred on June 3rd removes all the adornments and day-to-day distractions, and forces us to confront some essential details of our reality.