Parliament of Ghana advises Ghanaians against treating Nigerians badly

Members of Parliament of Ghana has expressed extreme displeasure against trolling and negative tags on Nigerians by Ghanaians referring to them as disastrous people.

Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa

The Ghanaian Parliament has urged the media to refrain from reporting negatively about Nigerians in the country, thus, it could start an intense xenophobic attack and discrimination against Nigerians in Ghana.

Member of Parliament for the North Tongu in the Volta region – Ghana, Honorable Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, expressed that, there have been a relationship between Ghana and Nigeria for a very long time, therefore creating such an uncomfortable atmosphere for all Nigerians in Ghana will not be that much of a great idea.


“We want to be guided by the history both countries have shared together. We should kindly go against hasty generalization and go after individuals who commit crimes rather than tagging a whole nation” he said.


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