The Malian terrorist reportedly confessed the terror targets during an interrogation by security agencies in Cote D’Ivoire
Could Pastor TB Joshua’s prophecy be true? Recent reports have revealed a man said to be the brain behind terrorist attack at the Grand Bassam Hotel in Ivory Coast, claiming that Ghana and Togo have been marked for terror strikes. The man is said to be from Mali.
The Malian terrorist reportedly confessed the terror targets during an interrogation by security agencies in Cote D’Ivoire. According to the confession, Ghana and Togo are the next targets after the attacks in Burkina Faso and Cote d’Ivoire. This revelation was sent by Ivorian authorities as a security alert to Ghana indicating a possible terror attack on Ghana.
The security alert dated April 9, 2016 was sent as a statement to Ghana. A part of the statement emphasized that the terrorists chose Ghana as a target to “take away the perception that only francophone countries” are terror targets.
Investigations by Ivorian authorities revealed that these terrorists manage to make their way into their target countries by concealing their weapons, and padding them properly to prevent noise. They have asked security officials at Ghana’s borders to be very vigilant especially controls at the northern borders with Burkina Faso. Meanwhile, Ghanaian security agencies have beefed up their resources and are taking adequate measures to be able to resist possible attacks.
The security alert by the Ivorian authorities is followed by a recent prophecy made by Nigerian prophet TB Joshua over looming attacks on Ghana and Nigeria. He made the controversial prophecy during a Sunday service on April 10 broadcast live on his Emmanuel TV channel. He had asked his congregation to pray for the two countries over impending terror attacks.
With these revelations The National Security Council has said that from all indications the country needs to be at alert as it stands at risk of possible terror attacks.