Ghana has received a fleet of 100 armoured vehicles from the European Union to combat the increasing threat of jihadi violence in the Sahel region. The EU aid package, worth 616 million euros, will also include aerial surveillance equipment and electronic warfare systems. The Ghanaian president emphasized the importance of collaborative efforts among nations and support from partners like the EU in mitigating the terrorist threat in West Africa. While Ghana has not reported any jihadist attacks within its territory, neighboring countries like Benin and Togo have faced incursions and attacks. The EU investment will also target job creation and services in northern Ghana.