Dr Chukwudi Jude Ihenetu, the pinnacle of the Igbo Neighborhood in Ghana
Dr Chukwudi Jude Ihenetu, the pinnacle of the Igbo Neighborhood in Ghana, has referred to as on Nigerians residing in Ghana to proceed to be law-abiding and to take care of peace amidst the present diplomatic problem between the 2 nations.
His name follows the uncertainties that arose after the demolition of properties belonging to the Nigerian Excessive Fee on the evening of Friday, June 19, 2020, by yet-to-be-identified individuals.
A press release from the pinnacle of the Neighborhood expressed contentment that the governments of Ghana and Nigeria had issued statements to indicate goodwill and to resolve the difficulty rapidly.
“We demand pressing motion to seek out the perpetrators and supply satisfactory safety for Nigerians and their properties in Ghana,” Ihenetu stated.
Ihenetu referred to a press release of Nigeria’s Minister of Overseas Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama, of the Nigerian authorities being in talks with Ghanaian authorities to urgently carry the perpetrators to e-book.
The head of the group additionally referred to a press release from Ghana’s Ministry of Overseas Affairs and Regional Integration, which it stated, confirmed that unidentified people breached the premises of the Nigerian Excessive Fee and demolished a property below building.
“The Ministry views with concern this growth which is a breach of the Vienna Conference on Diplomatic Relations (VCDR, 1961).
“Nigerians see Ghana as a second dwelling and have lived peacefully in Ghana for many years contributing to the socio-economic growth of the nation.
“Nigerians, who share so many similarities with Ghana, represent the best variety of overseas traders within the Ghanaian economic system,” the discharge stated.
The group stated there was a necessity for Ghana and Nigeria to “be sure that the synergy and symbiotic relationship that has existed between our two international locations for many years would proceed for posterity’s sake.”