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The Government of Ghana has said it is committed to rebuilding the demolished structure belonging to the Nigerian High Commission in Ghana.

Thee decision by government comes on the back of investigations into the alleged act of vandalism perpetrated by some unknown armed men last Friday.

The investigative committee was set up by the government to probe circumstances leading to what it describes as the unlawful break-in of the structure.

Two persons have since been arrested and charged by the police.

The development brought about some tension in the diplomatic relationship between Ghana and Nigeria. But, Foreign Affairs Minister, Shirley Ayorkor Botchway says the two presidents, Akufo-Addo and Muhammadu Buhari are in talks to douse the tension including a commitment to reconstruct the structure.

“The government of Ghana will ensure that the demolished building is restored to its original state as soon as possible,” the minister said.

Violent destruction of Nigerian High Commission building reflection of insecurity in Ghana – John Mahama

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