We deported 700 Nigerians, not 825 — Ghana accuses Lai Mohammed of lying
The Ghanaian Minister of Information, Kojo Nkrumah, on Sunday has debunked some allegations levied against the former Gold Coast in a statement issued by the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, where the Federal Government said it would no longer condone the reported harassment of Nigerians in the neighboring country.
Nkrumah said contrary to Mohammed’s claims that 825 Nigerians were deported between January 2018 and February 2019, only 700 Nigerians involved in fraud, prostitution, and armed robbery were deported from Ghana.
Nkrumah also accused Nigerian traders in Ghana of gross violations of retail trade laws, including tax evasion, immigration offences, and selling substandard products.
The Ghanaian minister assured that their President, Nana Akufo-Addo, would engage with Nigeria’s President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), and develop a framework for validating the claims of ill-treatment of citizens of either country and ensure they enjoy the full exercise of their rights while respecting the sovereignty and laws of both countries.
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