Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Senior Special Assistant to the President of Nigeria on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, has depicted the detailed mass capture and extradition of Nigerians from Ghana as troubling.
Dabiri-Erewa put forth this known in an announcement by her media helper, Abdul-Rahman Balogun, on Thursday in Abuja.
She said that the data on the restored badgering, capture and expelling of many Nigerians from Ghana was aggravating.
She, in any case, guaranteed that the Nigerian High Commissioner to Ghana, Amb. Olufemi Abikoye was over the circumstance and was drawing in with pertinent experts in Ghana.
“While any Nigerian who carries out wrongdoing should confront the fury of the law, the circumstance of any Nigerian being barbarically and shamefully treated, won’t be adequate,” she said.
Dabiri-Erewa reviewed the intercession of President Muhammadu Buhari in 2018 when shops claimed by Nigerian dealers were secured Ghana, which constrained some of them to move back home.
She said that the issue was genially settled between the two presidents in the soul of a fraternity.
Dabiri-Erewa, along these lines, engaged Nigerians living in Ghana to be a great representative of the nation by complying with the guidelines and controls in that nation.
She additionally spoke to the Ghanaian experts to be charitable in their methodology in managing Nigerians living in Ghana by responding to Nigeria’s caring motions to Ghanaians in Nigeria.