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Abike Dabiri Reacts As Ghana Maltreats Nigerians

Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Mrs Abike Dabiri-Erewa reacts atover the maltreatmenr of Nigerians in Ghana.

Abike Arewa Said:

What Ghana government are doing is Xenophobia and am telling you that isn’t good for Africa. We shouldn’t get back to the dark days. we should look at working together and building our continent [Africa]. What you are doing is Xenophobia.

Remember, South Africa is doing it and affected everybody including Ghana, if you want to go back to those days, it’s sad comment true for Africa. “You are also bias and i didn’t think is right” Abike Arewa tells the interviewer

What Ghanaians are doing is destroying Relationship between Ghana and Nigeria traders. Ghana Government needs to protect Nigerians in Ghana. “If you didn’t want them, tell them and they should return.

Nigerians must be protect.



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