The Deputy Head of Mission, Ghana
High Commission to Nigeria,Ms Iva Denoo, has assured Nigerians living in Ghana of maximum security.
NIDCOM in a statement issued by its Media, Public Relations and Protocol Unit and signed by Gabriel Odu, said she gave the assurance in an audience with the Secretary of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission Dr. Sule Yakubu Bassi,who
represented the Chairman of the commission , Hon Abike Dabiri-Erewa, while speaking on the recent demolition at the Nigerian High Commission in
Ghana, which he described as rather unfortunate and regrettable incident.
The Head of Mission deplored the ugly incident, adding that it was never the intention of their Government that such a diplomatic row should ever happen. “Ghana cherishes the cordial relationship
that they are enjoying with the Nigerian Government and they have so
much to gain than to lose from Nigerians in Ghana”, she stressed.
Ms Denoo said they also have a Diaspora Department in her country and hope that the two countries can come together and work out something that will be beneficial to them.
The Secretary to the Commission Engr. Dr. Sule Yakubu Bassi thanked the
Ghana Deputy Head of Mission for her visit and urged her to ensure that
Nigerians in Ghana are secure and safe because the two Countries have a
lot in common and should not be compromised. “They are the shining stars
in the sub-region and the Continent as a whole,”he noted