Explain Migration and security threats
The arrival of magnitude of immigrants particularly from very different social and cultural backgrounds from the receiving communities always have the tendency of posing security risks to the host country. This is so because during migration, most criminals take advantage and make entry into other countries while pretending to be immigrants but harboring criminal intentions. additionally, it is during these migrations that dangerous weapons are smuggled into the borders of the intended host countries. Additionally, terrorists take advantage while pretending to be immigrants only for the them to study the geographical terrain of such countries before they can strike.
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