Nigerians in Ghana are demanding an close to what they explain as the unfair remedy and discrimination versus them by Ghanaian companies and security operatives and are demanding an close to it.
The citizens from Africa’s most populous country who are mostly non-public organization gentlemen and ladies also allege a deliberate government policy by to disrupt Nigerian corporations by heading following them even when they have not committed any offence.
Addressing the media at the workplace of the Nigerian High Commissioner to Ghana above the destruction of the formal home of the Superior Commissioner, the inhabitants known as on Ghanaian authorities to be certain justice is swiftly served to reassure them of their safety.
The indignant residents who were being dressed in black T-shirt with the inscription #NigeriansLivesMatterToo said files they have sighted exhibits the contentious land belongs to the Significant Fee of Nigeria and want justice served.
“We ended up privy to some files which backs the assert that the land belongs to the significant Commission…so we want justice to be served as soon as probable for the reason that justice delayed justice denied,” To start with Vice president of Nigerians community in Ghana Uchebu Okorie stated when he resolved the media.
Even while the act has been described as regrettable, the agitated citizens say they don’t hope the advancement to have an effect on diplomatic relations concerning the two international locations.
They added, they truly feel insecure in Ghana because if the safety of a fortified spot like the residence of the Substantial Commissioner can be breached and vandalized, they are not sure what could occur to them
“We question what will transpire to the regular Nigerian if this can transpire to the mission,” Mr Okorie explained.
Back in Nigeria, Uchebu Okorie claimed “with bated breath, they are viewing and pondering what is likely on in spite of the robust diplomatic relations Nigeria has with Ghana.
“We are troubled by incidents of harassment, brutality and other problems that Nigerians are going through and that is why we are coming out as a community,” Normal Secretary of the Nigerian neighborhood in Ghana, Isaac Ekhator explained.”