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Mission condemns false publication against diplomatic relations between Ghana and Nigeria

By Fortune Abang

Ghana’s high commission in Nigeria condemned a false publication aimed at tainting existing diplomatic relations between Ghana and Nigeria.

A statement from the Ghanaian mission in Nigeria said Monday that its officials’ attention had been drawn to an unauthenticated publication designed to create resentment between Ghanaians and Nigerians.

“The attention of Ghanaian officials has been drawn to yet another spurious publication by faceless individuals.

“People who are determined to destroy the very cordial and fraternal relationship that exists between our leaders, President Akufo Addo and President Muhammadu Buhari.

“President Akufo Addo has not and will not make any derogatory remarks about any country and its people, let alone a very strategic partner like Nigeria and its people.

“It’s clear that this is the work of people who hate the progress the two leaders are making in forging a deeper, more strategic relationship.

“This publication is false and should be seen as the work of critics who want to sow discord between our leaders and the people,” the mission said.

The mission denied the post captioned “Go back to your country and make it better,” Nana Akufo told Nigerians, saying it was wrong.

The mission also rejected the alleged claim that: “The same Ghanaians that you expelled in 1983 under the Buhari administration are the same Ghanaians that Nigerians seek refuge.

“We fought with our blood for a better Ghana by carrying out a revolution. We killed corrupt politicians to make Ghana a new nation.

“Nigerians are being chased in South Africa, Kenya, Senegal, the United Arab Emirates, all over the world because of the failure of the government.

“The government of Nigeria is a disgrace for democracy and justice in Africa; we expect young nigerians to wake up from their sleep for a better nigeria. (NAA)

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