Ghanaian MPs urge President Buhari to quickly attend to the unrest in Nigeria
Hon. Ras Mubarak, and Nsawam-Adoagyiri MP, Frank Annoh-Dompreh have both shared their thoughts on the ongoing #ENDSARS protest in Nigeria which has taken over the world’s trends.
Speaking with journalists in Parliament at Accra, yesterday, Ras Mubarak who is a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee said that President Buhari must quickly attend to the pressing issues in the sub-Saharan African country to sway away from the impending national crisis.
In his own words;
“This is not a Nigerian problem, but an African problem. It’s an African problem because any spillage from Nigeria has ramifications for our own country, Ghana, and Africa as a whole.
“It is, therefore, in our interest to call on the Nigerian government to address the concerns of the protesters and return the country to order
The ECOWAS has a huge role to play in dousing the situation. Nigeria cannot afford to become a failed state. The situation must not be left to get out of hand
He further stressed.
Mr Frank Annoh-Dompreh also shared the below statement concerning the #ENDSARS protests on his Twitter page…
“Political unrest in Nigeria, the largest West African country by both economy and population, has the potential of affecting the entire sub region.
“The AU and ECOWAS must show leadership by using mediation to help address these human right violations