Nigerian Government Wants Attack On High Commission In Ghana Investigated

It was reported that armed men invaded the Nigerian High Commission in Accra demolishing some buildings in the premises on Friday.

Nigerian minister of foreign affairs, Geoffrey Onyema / Photo credit: vanguardngr.com
Nigerian minister of foreign affairs, Geoffrey Onyema / Photo credit: vanguardngr.com

The Federal government has called for urgent action to find the perpetrators of those behind the attack on Nigerian high commission in Ghana.

It was reported that armed men invaded the Nigerian High Commission in Accra demolishing some buildings in the premises on Friday.

Reacting to to this development on Sunday, Geoffrey Onyeama, Nigerian minister of foreign affairs, via his official twitter handle, condemned the attack on Nigerian High Commission premises.

He said, “We strongly condemn two outrageous criminal attacks in Accra, #Ghana, on a residential building in our diplomatic premises by unknown persons in which a bulldozer was used to demolish the building.”

Onyeama also said Nigerian government was engaging the Ghanian government and demanding for investigation to unravel those behind the attack and protection of Nigerians and their properties in Ghana.

He said, “We are engaging the Ghanaian Government and demand urgent action to find the perpetrators and provide adequate protection for Nigerians and their property in Ghana.

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