By Chinenye Festus:-
The speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, has reacted to Ghana’s apology over a demolished building belonging to Nigerian Government in Accra.
Reps members while reacting to the letter of apology sent by Ghana’s ministry of foreign affairs and regional integration over the demolition of Nigeria’s high commission building in Accra said that Nigeria will not tolerate further attacks from the West African nation.
Regretting the act carried out by some Ghanaian public officials, the country’s ministry of foreign affairs and regional integration described it as a violation of the “Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations.”
The speaker of the House, Femi Gbajabiala, insisted that the demolished building must be rebuilt by the Ghanaian government.
Gbajabilamila noted that any affront on a Nigerian institution abroad is an attack on the federal government.
He also pointed out that the hope of the House is that this latest development will be the last ugly issue between Nigeria and Ghana.