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Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by Paschal2806: 7:43pm On Sep 01, 2020
Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘Legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment Of Nigerians

Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, says he will embark on a ‘legislative diplomacy’ visit to Ghana on Wednesday, over hostilities against Nigerians living in the West African country.

Gbajabiamila made this known to State House correspondents after a closed-door meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday.

According to the Speaker, he got the blessing from President Buhari to meet with his Ghanaian counterpart to find a solution to the problem.

“I am leaving for Ghana tomorrow to meet with the Speaker of the Parliament in Ghana to look at the issues on ground as it affects our citizens, to try and calm things down to see if there is a way forward.

“I informed the President; he is aware of every single step that we are taking. We hope that we will come to an amicable settlement one way or the other,” he said.

When asked what his demands were, Gbajabiamila said he was not demanding anything on behalf of the Nigerian government.

The Speaker explained that his mission to Ghana is to “discuss and see how the two countries can resolve whatever the issues are. It is not about making demands, it is diplomacy.”

This comes four days after the Nigerian Government warned that it would no longer tolerate the maltreatment of its citizens in Ghana.

In a statement issued on August 28 by the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, the Federal Government is deeply concerned by the incessant harassment and the progressive acts of hostility towards the country by Ghanaian authorities.

To Mohammed, the President Buhari administration is urgently considering a number of options, as part of measures to contain the situation.

He also revealed that the government “has been documenting the acts of hostility towards Nigeria and Nigerians by the Ghanaian authorities.”

But reacting on August 30, Ghana’s Information Minister, Endkojo Oppong Nkrumah, faulted claims made by the Nigerian government.

He however explained that President Nana Akufo-Addo will engage with President Muhammadu Buhari to resolve the matters amicably.

While reiterating the country’s commitment to maintaining what could be described as warm relations between the two countries, Nkrumah said the move is necessary to guard against straining the diplomatic ties.

Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by ggirl4real: 7:44pm On Sep 01, 2020
I hope the visit yield positive and lasting results.

Na see finish cause all these.

Even Ghana is maltreating Nigerians.
Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by IKBARUTEN11(m): 7:49pm On Sep 01, 2020
Nigeria has indeed become d dwarf of Africa

This is purely an exposition of idiocy and naija's worthlessness.

May God deliver me 4rm naija
Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by ABSAO(m): 7:52pm On Sep 01, 2020
Please did anyone here has the PDF file of My watch by Olusegun Obasanjo? I need both volume one and two of the book. Thanks in advance.
Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by Noisyrians: 8:05pm On Sep 01, 2020
“Even” Ghana .....una mouths go kill una. yeye people. Nigeria is not even fit to polish Ghana’s shoes. Nonsense!

Nigeria is not as important as you nigerians think ooh. grin

ggirl4real:
I hope the visit yield positive and lasting results.

Na see finish cause all these.

Even Ghana is maltreating Nigerians.

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Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by Noisyrians: 8:18pm On Sep 01, 2020
Funny nigerian journalists asking what his “demands” will be. Can you imagine the nonsense! The man is coming to Ghana beg for mercy and you are asking what are your demands? grin

Most Nigerians still live in the 1960s and 1970s. Most of them have never even traveled in their miserable lives. So they believe it when their lying politicians and officials tell them nigeria is a giant in Africa grin stupid giant grin when you see a giant, you will not know?

A country that cannot provide ordinary electricity, where people are kidnapped at random, for a ransom of coke and gala. An oil and gas-rich country that has become the poverty capital of the world. Who will take such a country seriously?

Tell your speaker or whatever to stay at home. Elections are around the corner in Ghana, nobody will listen to him because most Ghanaians support how the Ghanaian government is dealing with the Nigerians. They have asked for it many times and the President cannot afford to lose votes over a decision that does not sit well with the Ghanaian voters. Fuckeduppedness grin

Paschal2806:
Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘Legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment Of Nigerians

Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, says he will embark on a ‘legislative diplomacy’ visit to Ghana on Wednesday, over hostilities against Nigerians living in the West African country.

Gbajabiamila made this known to State House correspondents after a closed-door meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday.

According to the Speaker, he got the blessing from President Buhari to meet with his Ghanaian counterpart to find a solution to the problem.

“I am leaving for Ghana tomorrow to meet with the Speaker of the Parliament in Ghana to look at the issues on ground as it affects our citizens, to try and calm things down to see if there is a way forward.

“I informed the President; he is aware of every single step that we are taking. We hope that we will come to an amicable settlement one way or the other,” he said.

When asked what his demands were, Gbajabiamila said he was not demanding anything on behalf of the Nigerian government.

The Speaker explained that his mission to Ghana is to “discuss and see how the two countries can resolve whatever the issues are. It is not about making demands, it is diplomacy.”

This comes four days after the Nigerian Government warned that it would no longer tolerate the maltreatment of its citizens in Ghana.

In a statement issued on August 28 by the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, the Federal Government is deeply concerned by the incessant harassment and the progressive acts of hostility towards the country by Ghanaian authorities.

To Mohammed, the President Buhari administration is urgently considering a number of options, as part of measures to contain the situation.

He also revealed that the government “has been documenting the acts of hostility towards Nigeria and Nigerians by the Ghanaian authorities.”

But reacting on August 30, Ghana’s Information Minister, Endkojo Oppong Nkrumah, faulted claims made by the Nigerian government.

He however explained that President Nana Akufo-Addo will engage with President Muhammadu Buhari to resolve the matters amicably.

While reiterating the country’s commitment to maintaining what could be described as warm relations between the two countries, Nkrumah said the move is necessary to guard against straining the diplomatic ties.

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Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by EmptyGarden(m): 8:19pm On Sep 01, 2020
That's belittling. Summon their president to answer questions instead.

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Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by udoka2013: 8:21pm On Sep 01, 2020
Hmm! Ghana of all people. There was a country.
Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by majamajic(m): 9:24pm On Sep 01, 2020
Nice move ,
Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by ThatFairGuy1: 9:25pm On Sep 01, 2020
Gbaja has been representing very well
Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by Vyzz: 9:31pm On Sep 01, 2020
Noisyrians:
“Even” Ghana .....una mouths go kill una. yeye people. Nigeria is not even fit to polish Ghana’s shoes. Nonsense!

Nigeria is not as important as you nigerians think ooh. grin



Celm dewn...


Be celming down
Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by Vyzz: 9:32pm On Sep 01, 2020
Noisyrians:
Funny nigerian journalists asking what his “demands” will be. Can you imagine the nonsense! The man is coming to Ghana beg for mercy and you are asking what are your demands? grin

Most Nigerians still live in the 1960s and 1970s. Most of them have never even traveled in their miserable lives. So they believe it when their lying politicians and officials tell them nigeria is a giant in Africa grin stupid giant grin when you see a giant, you will not know?

A country that cannot provide ordinary electricity, where people are kidnapped at random, for a ransom of coke and gala. An oil and gas-rich country that has become the poverty capital of the world. Who will take such a country seriously?

Tell your speaker or whatever to stay at home. Elections are around the corner in Ghana, nobody will listen to him because most Ghanaians support how the Ghanaian government is dealing with the Nigerians. They have asked for it many times and the President cannot afford to lose votes over a decision that does not sit well with the Ghanaian voters. Fuckeduppedness grin




I like the way u type...


So Ghanaians Don learn how to use paragraphs?
Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by Noisyrians: 9:57pm On Sep 01, 2020
Really? Most of your elders were taught by Ghanaian teachers in the 1970s and 1980s. Ghanaians are the best in everything. No kidding cool

Vyzz:




I like the way u type...


So Ghanaians Don learn how to use paragraphs?

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Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by Vyzz: 9:58pm On Sep 01, 2020
Noisyrians:
Really? Most of your elders were taught by Ghanaian teachers in the 1970s and 1980s. Ghanaians are the best in everything. No kidding cool




PEACE
Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by Noisyrians: 10:02pm On Sep 01, 2020
Most of you nigerians are just mad! Stark mad! Summon who? You dey craze? Nigeria is not really as important as you nigerians think ooh. A lot of foreigners look at you nigerians and your country and simply laugh. Nigeria has become a sick joke around the world. I have more respect for a country like Benin Republic than Nigeria. Summon my president...........you are very foolish

EmptyGarden:
That's belittling. Summon their president to answer questions instead.

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Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by Noisyrians: 10:04pm On Sep 01, 2020
Nigeria Must Go!

Vyzz:




PEACE

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Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by Vyzz: 10:07pm On Sep 01, 2020
Noisyrians:
Nigeria Must Go!



Whatever
Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by EmptyGarden(m): 5:40am On Sep 02, 2020
Noisyrians:

Most of you nigerians are just mad! Stark mad! Summon who? You dey craze? Nigeria is not really as important as you nigerians think ooh. A lot of foreigners look at you nigerians and your country and simply laugh. Nigeria has become a sick joke around the world. I have more respect for a country like Benin Republic than Nigeria. Summon my president...........you are very foolish

And the simp is on Nairaland. Talking to you is belittling already, go and call your chief.
Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by gji3ec1: 6:11am On Sep 02, 2020
maltreatment? Nigeria must take a decisive stand in this case
Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by Inkling(f): 6:21am On Sep 02, 2020
Vyzz:




PEACE

You gat my respect.

No argument.

PEACE
Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by Nobody: 6:24am On Sep 02, 2020
OK wish you luck sir
Re: Gbajabiamila To Visit Ghana On ‘legislative Diplomacy’ Over Maltreatment. by EKONGKING: 6:27am On Sep 02, 2020
Noisyrians:
Funny nigerian journalists asking what his “demands” will be. Can you imagine the nonsense! The man is coming to Ghana beg for mercy and you are asking what are your demands? grin

Most Nigerians still live in the 1960s and 1970s. Most of them have never even traveled in their miserable lives. So they believe it when their lying politicians and officials tell them nigeria is a giant in Africa grin stupid giant grin when you see a giant, you will not know?

A country that cannot provide ordinary electricity, where people are kidnapped at random, for a ransom of coke and gala. An oil and gas-rich country that has become the poverty capital of the world. Who will take such a country seriously?

Tell your speaker or whatever to stay at home. Elections are around the corner in Ghana, nobody will listen to him because most Ghanaians support how the Ghanaian government is dealing with the Nigerians. They have asked for it many times and the President cannot afford to lose votes over a decision that does not sit well with the Ghanaian voters. Fuckeduppedness grin


That's the sad reality.
Although you can phrase it better without insults,what you spoken is plain truth.

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