Ghana’s President, Nana Akufo-Addo has discredited ongoing cases that Ghanaian are xenophobic after a progression of assaults and vandalization of Nigerian-possessed shops by some Ghanaian merchants at Suame Magazine in the Ashanti Region just as the commanding conclusion of others in Accra by irate Ghanaian retailers.
Per Ghana’s laws, outsiders are banned from taking part in the retail exchange. It is the safeguard of Ghanaians.
The furious Ghanaian merchants, in this way, said they were only upholding Ghana’s laws.
Be that as it may, the Ghana Police Service has cautioned them against bringing the laws into their very own hands.
Tending to the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire to Ghana, Togo and Benin, His Excellency Bernard Ehui Koutoua, at the Jubilee House when he called to say goodbye to Ghana after his eight-year administration, Mr Akufo-Addo stated: “as of late, a few expressions in Ghana and activities of a couple has given the impression by one way or another somewhat that Ghana is currently turning into a xenophobic express; that we have issues with our kindred Africans. That is the careful inverse of reality”.
“There is no xenophobia in Ghana; we are not a xenophobic express,” the Ghanaian pioneer stated, including: “We are the dish African country that has opened its ways to all Africans and they are not going to be the object of any loathe battle in Ghana.”
“What we will demand, which is the thing that each country demands, is that our very own residential laws are regarded by the individuals who go to our nation,” he said.
As far as it matters for him, the active Ivorian Ambassador and Dean of the Diplomatic Corps in Ghana said under the administration of President Akufo-Addo and President Alassane Ouattara, “The joint tasks of our two nations have made it conceivable to manage oceanic theft and fear mongering.”
He was cheerful that the connection between Ghana and Cote D’Ivoire will be developed further, even after his takeoff from Ghana.
The Ambassador of the Republic of Kuwait to Ghana, His Excellency Mohammed Hussain Al-Failakawi; the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to Ghana, His Excellency Mohamed Farahat; and the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Belgium to Ghana, His Excellency Hughes Chantry; were additionally at the Jubilee House to say goodbye to the President as they get their voyage through obligation Ghana to an end.