Thursday, April 25, 2019

Nigeria, Ghana Collaborate To Curb Cyber Crime

The Federal Government is ready to collaborate with Ghanaian Government to curb cyber and other crimes in both countries to promote regional growth and relationship, Ghanaian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Alhaji Rashid Bawa, said.

Bawa made this known on Wednesday in Calabar when he paid courtesy visit to the Comptroller of Nigeria Immigration Service in Cross River, Mr Felix Uche.

He said that authorities in Nigeria and Ghana had realised that with collaboration, cyber crime and other crimes would drastically reduce, considered as societal ills.

According to him, when collaborative measures are taken, sponsors of these crimes will be prosecuted according to the laws in their respective countries which will bring an end to such crimes.

He added that ''as we speak, this matter is been discussed at the highest level. The Comptroller General of the Ghanaian Immigration Service and his counterpart
in Nigeria had a fruitful discussion about a month ago''.

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