Nigerian Constructing Demolition Displays Pervasive Insecurity In Ghana – Ex-President Mahama



A former President of Ghana, John Mahama, says the demolition of a constructing on the premises of the Nigerian Excessive Fee in Ghana is a mirrored image of “pervasive insecurity and lawlessness” within the nation.


The Nigerian authorities had summoned Ghana’s Cost de affairs over the demolition of the uncompleted constructing which was to function residential lodging of workers of the Excessive Fee in Accra.

The incident occurred final Friday evening when armed males supervised the bulldozing of the constructing below building.

Investigations have been launched into the incident and safety beefed up on the premises to forestall any future incident.

In a sequence of tweets, the NDC flagbearer mentioned the federal government wanted to unravel the incident.

He mentioned, “Authorities must urgently act and unravel the demolition of constructions on the premises of the Nigeria Excessive Fee. It beats my creativeness how such violent and noisy destruction may happen with out our safety brokers choosing up the indicators to avert the harm.

This will simply be one other reflection of the pervasive insecurity and lawlessness the Authorities itself has visited on the as soon as peaceable Ghana. In the meantime, I name for calm and let’s please keep away from any reprisal.”


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