Alert in Ghana over ISIS terrorist group recruitment
The study says potential recruits are enticed by Islamic State’s promise of a “lavish lifestyle in Syria and Iraq’’ and better living conditions for family left behind.
It attributed the success to unemployment which remained high in Ghana, especially among the young, although it is one of the most stable nations in Africa and had a fast-growing economy.
The group quoted the example of Mohammed Alema, 25, a Geography undergraduate in the prestigious Kwame Nkrumah University, who left Ghana to embrace the cause of ISIS.
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