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After several reports and allegations by the Federal Government of Nigeria in the previous weeks about an ill-treatment of Nigeria citizens in Ghana, the country’s government have finally responded to make things clear.

Premium Times reported that Ghanian authorities sent a detailed letter which indicates it’s continued commitment with the bond both nations share.

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Ghana’s Information Minister, Kojo Nkrumah, who revealed the news explained that the issues raised by Nigeria are not reflective of the situation in Ghana.

He further spoke on some of the documented acts of hostilities against Nigerians including the alleged seizure of the Nigerian Mission’s property and the demolition of the building located at No. 19/21 Julius Nyerere Street.

He explained that the terms of the commercial lease expired 46 years ago, without any evidence of renewal by the High Commission of Nigeria.

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The Ghanaian information minister addressing the issue of incessant deportation said seven hundred Nigerians were deported because of their involvement in criminal activities.

The minister in reaction to the exorbitant fee for the residency permit pointed out that all foreigners, who apply for the permit in Ghana, pay the same fees and they are not specific to Nigerians.

He added that no Nigerian trader has been arrested, adding that the closure of shops was because of infractions on Ghanaian laws.

This is coming a few days after the federal government warned Ghanaian authorities that it would no longer tolerate the harassment of Nigerians residing in that country.

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