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Ghana denies President Akufo-Addo’s alleged castigation of Nigeria

By: dayan (M) |Time : April 23, 2021, 03:36:14 AM
The High Commission of Ghana in Nigeria has denied alleged castigation of Nigeria and her leadership by President Nana Akufo-Addo of Ghana.

An official of the High Commission in Abuja, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the comments trending on social media were nothing but fake news.

The official said the reports, which claimed that Ghanaian President made some provocative comments attacking the leadership and good people of Nigeria.

While describing the reports as misleading, the official said that “President Akufo-Addo holds the brotherhood of Ghana and Nigeria in the highest regard”.

Akufo-Addo was quoted to have allegedly said: “We must learn from the mistakes of Nigeria, and never in our entire history be ever so foolish.

“You cannot declare war on your country and still be enjoying federal allocation as a state except in complicity with the government.

“The Nigerian government is an ethnic government, not a nationalistic government. What I cannot understand is why Nigerians themselves are not angry enough to change the situation.”

According to the official, the statements accredited to Mr. President were not true and misleading.

“There is no occasion either in private or public where President Akufo Addo attacked the good people of Nigeria.

”Mr. President holds the brotherhood of Ghana and Nigeria in the highest regard.

”The said statement is the handwork of enemies of the two brotherly countries whose desire is to continue to see unnecessary tension among the good people of the two countries.

“We shall continue to see peaceful coexistence among the good people of Ghana and Nigeria,” the official said.

The official, who urged the public to kindly disregard the wrongful information, gave assurance that the Republic of Ghana and the Federal Republic of Nigeria would continue to work together to promote the well-being of the two countries.

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Re: Ghana denies President Akufo-Addo’s alleged castigation of Nigeria

By: dayan (M) |Time : April 23, 2021, 03:41:40 AM
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Akufo-Addo was quoted to have allegedly said: “We must learn from the mistakes of Nigeria, and never in our entire history be ever so foolish.

“You cannot declare war on your country and still be enjoying federal allocation as a state except in complicity with the government.

“The Nigerian government is an ethnic government, not a nationalistic government. What I cannot understand is why Nigerians themselves are not angry enough to change the situation.”

To determine whether Akufo-Ado said it, the whole statement has to be taken and analyzed together.

Is it a fact premised statement? Yes!

Is it an accurate conclusion about Nigeria? Absolutely.

Is the statement an intelligent observation? Affirmative.

Is Akufo-Ado an intelligent leader? His records confirm it!

Therefore, Akufo-Ado said it!
QED.

Re: Ghana denies President Akufo-Addo’s alleged castigation of Nigeria

By: dayan (M) |Time : April 23, 2021, 03:55:42 AM
BTW, which governor does he allude to that declared war on Nigeria?

Definitely not a southern governor, because no southern governor enjoys such closeness to the  "Buhari presidency" to act and speak with such impunity.

To decipher the governor in question, one has to do an inferential logical analysis of the situation.

Which governor has called for the resettlement of Fulani from outside Nigeria into the lands of indigenous Nigerian groups?
Which governor supports the idea of Fulani "herdsmen" going about with Ak-47?

Is there any better way to declare war on Nigeria than the two ideas coming from this northern governor?

But Akufo Ado, (or his "fake news" opinion) raised a more cogent puzzle:

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What I cannot understand is why Nigerians themselves are not angry enough to change the situation.”

To this poser I say to the Ghanaian leader: Nigerian civil war never ended. That is why!

Some deluded Nigerians think that they "won" the civil war, but they actually conquered themselves, and marinaded themselves for Fulani consumption.
Perhaps that is the foolishness you meant!

That is why they cannot be angry, because deep down themselves they know this truth.

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