MINORITY IN GHANA'S PARLIAMENT CONDEMNS DEMOLISHING OF NIGERIAN HIGH COMMISSION IN GHANA
The minority in Ghana's Parliament has condemned and expressed it's disappoinment at the terrible demolishing of properties belonging to the Nigerian High Commission in Accra on June 19th, 2020.
A statement released and signed by Ranking Member of Parliament's Committee on Foreign Affairs, Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has described the action as an act of aggression.
According to the minority, the act negates international law and seriously sabotages the established relationship with Nigeria.
A part of the statement released reads; "we are disgusted at a statement purportedly issued by Ghana's Foreign Affairs Ministry dated the 20th of June, 2020 which states that the perpetrators are unidentified and unknown to authorities when by all eyewitness accounts, the demolishing was carried out under the full protection of state security. We hope the Foreign Ministry is not laying the foundation for a grand cover up. We hereby serve notice that the Minority shall resist any such attempt."
The minority further retierates its unanimity and commitment to the Nigerian Government.