The staff quarters of the Nigerian High Commission in Ghana is said to have been demolished by a businessman.
The business man was reported to have demolished Some portion of the staff quarters of the Nigerian High Commission in Ghana.
The demolition exercise was said to have been carried out late Friday, although the Nigerian government has yet to react to the incident.
In a report by Channels TV, a source at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs revealed that a businessman had claimed that the Nigerian High Commission’s staff quarters was being built on his land.
The man reportedly showed up last week with some pieces of evidence to support his claim and began to knock down the fence surrounding the building.
According to the source, the action of the man was not opposed while the Nigerian High Commission petitioned the Ghanaian Government about it, but there was no response.
Days later, he was said to have returned to the premises of the staff quarters and this time, with a bulldozer and began to pull down the building.
In a bid to stop the demolition, officials contacted the police who reportedly showed up at the site when the building was almost pulled down.
While the police allegedly allowed the man to leave the scene without reprimand or questioning, the Ghanaian authorities have yet to respond to the Nigerian High Commission about what happened.
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