Ghana to rebuild demolished Nigerian diplomatic constructing ~ TheNigerian Information

Ghana to rebuild demolished Nigerian diplomatic constructing ~ TheNigerian Information

The Ghanaian authorities says it should rebuild to its unique state, the residential constructing of the Nigerian Excessive Fee in Ghana that was demolished on June 19.

Ghana’s Minister of Overseas Affairs and Regional Integration, Shirley Botchewey, stated this on Thursday throughout a media briefing on the investigation into the incident.

She stated, “The Land Fee will previously inform the Osu Conventional Council that in August, 2000, provide was made to Excessive Fee of Nigeria, no matter the title of land in query.

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“The provide was accepted by the Excessive Fee and fee was made accordingly that constituted a contract.

“The Land Fee will proceed to challenge a Land Certificates to the Excessive Fee of Nigeria, to regularise its possession of the property in query.

“Ghana will take rapid steps to have interaction the Osu stool and all stakeholders on the deadlock.

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“Ghana will be certain that the demolished constructing is restored to its unique state as quickly as attainable.

“The Excessive Fee of Nigeria will take applicable steps to acquire constructing allow for the development.”

Botchewey added {that a} committee consisting of officers of the Ministry of Overseas Affairs, Ghana Police Service, Nationwide Safety, and the Lands Fee had been constituted to analyze the illegal demolition of the constructing.

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Based on her, based mostly on a preliminary investigation, Nigeria paid for the land 20 years in the past, although the excessive fee couldn’t produce the lease, land title certificates and constructing allow of the land.

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