The Ghanaian authorities have stretched their arms of peace and reconciliation to Nigeria following the Riot Act read by the Federal Government on hostility being meted on Nigerians in Ghana,
The Ghanaians, however, said that they have grievances against Nigeria also.
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In a statement issued and signed by the Ghana Minister of Information, Endkojo Oppong-Nkrumah on Sunday which was made available to newsmen in Abuja by the Nigeria Ministry of Information and Culture, the Ghanaian authority said it would engage the Federal Government of Nigeria with a view to resolving comprehensively and exhaustively matters that have the potential to ruin the relationship between the two countries.
It would be recalled that the Federal Government had issued a stern warning to the Ghanaian authorities over the incessant harassment of its citizens living in Ghana and the progressive acts of hostility towards the country by Ghanaian authorities.
It was noted in the statement signed by the Nigeria Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, that the government was urgently considering a number of options aimed at ameliorating the situation.