FG Reacts As Ghana Destroys Nigeria’s Diplomatic Building

The government has requested a dire activity from Ghana over the assault on the Nigerian High Commission in Accra, the Ghanaian capital. 
Armed men had attacked the commission in Accra to manage the destruction of a structure under development by the high commission. 
FG Reacts As Ghana Destroys Nigeria's Diplomatic Building
The attack abuses the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations whose Article 22 respects the premises of a strategic crucial, as an international safe haven, as sacred and that must not be entered by the host nation with the exception of by authorization of the leader of the mission.
However, in a tweet yesterday, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Geoffrey Onyeama, said those answerable for the attack must be brought to book right away. 
As indicated by him, the Nigerian government is at present drawing in with the Ghanaian specialists over the occurrence. 
“We emphatically censure two preposterous criminal assaults in Accra, #Ghana, on a private structure in our discretionary premises by obscure people wherein a piece of machinery was utilized to wreck the building.”
We are connecting with the Ghanaian Government and request critical activity to discover the culprits and give satisfactory security to Nigerians and their property in Ghana,” the priest tweeted.
The occurrence came five months after the Ministry of Foreign Affairs denied reports that the Nigerian Commission in Ghana had been ousted in Accra. 
In an announcement, representative of the service, Mr. Ferdinand Nwonye, had said there was no “strategic line among Nigeria and the Republic of Ghana.” 
Nwonye had said however the rent of the property on No.10 Barnes Road, Accra, had terminated, the high commission was investigating the chance of recharging the concurrence with the host specialists.
Notwithstanding, the Ghanaian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration has sentenced the destruction and pledged to carry the culprits to book. 
In an announcement, the service vowed to carry the culprits to book in light of the fact that the destruction penetrated the Vienna Convention of Diplomatic Relations. 
The announcement read partially, “It has gone to the consideration of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration that unidentified people had purportedly penetrated the premises of the Nigerian High Commission in Accra and destroyed its property under development around 10.30a.m., on Friday, June 19, 2020.
“Likewise, examinations are progressing to disentangle the realities of the issue and carry the culprits to book. In the mean time, the administration of Ghana has reinforced security at the said office and the circumstance is leveled out.” 
The Ghanaian government, while communicating laments over the occurrence, guaranteed the strategic network in Ghana and the Nigerian High Commission that Ghana stays an honest nation that maintains the guideline of the standard of law.
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