By Joke Falaju, Abuja 18 November 2022   |   9:43 am The Ghana Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration has said it did not authorize the issuance of any travel advisory against non-essential travel to Abuja. The travel advisory made available to the Guardian dated 16th Nov 2022 had informed the travelling public about security developments in Abuja. Nigeria, and then directed hotels operating in… Ghana’s flag is seen while a paraglider is traversing the Nkawkaw town skies during the annual Easter paragliding festival in Kwahu-Atibie, Ghana April 15, 2022. REUTERS/Francis Kokoroko The Ghana Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration has said it did not authorize the issuance of any travel advisory against non-essential travel to Abuja. The travel advisory made available to the Guardian dated 16th Nov 2022 had informed the travelling public about security developments in Abuja. Nigeria, and then directed hotels operating in residential buildings to shut down. It advised its citizens to avoid non-essential travel to Abuja. Due to the unpredictable security situation in the city, and the high danger of terrorism, criminality, inter-communal conflict, armed attacks, and kidnappings. But, the ministry in a statement made available to journalists yesterday said Ministry is not aware of any threat targeted at Ghanaians who continue to live in harmony with their Nigerian brothers and sisters. The statement reads, “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration wishes to refer to the travel advisory published this evening, Wednesday, 16th November 2022 advising against non-essential travel to Abuja and wishes to state that the statement was unauthorized.” “The Ministry is not aware of any threat targeted at Ghanaians who continue to live in harmony with their Nigerian brothers and sisters.” “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration regrets any inconvenience this may have caused to the travelling public.” Latest 5 mins ago Fallen US biotech star Elizabeth Holmes faces sentencing on Friday after being found guilty of defrauding investors and endangering patients in a case that became an indictment of Silicon Valley. 22 mins ago Recent research across the six geopolitical zones of Nigeria reveals that there is a 92 percent learning deprivation among children in the country. 31 mins ago Equatorial Guinea’s iron-fisted president, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, is eyeing a sixth term in office in elections on Sunday, extending a world-record 43 years in power. Obiang, 80, seized power in August 1979, toppling his uncle, Francisco Macias Ngueme, who was then executed by the firing squad. Firmly suppressing dissent and surviving a string of… 36 mins ago North Korea fired an intercontinental ballistic missile Friday, which Japan said may have had the range to hit the US mainland. 55 mins ago As groups storm INEC’S headquarters over non-distribution of PVCs A chieftain of the Labour Party (LP), Professor Pat Utomi has lamented the non-distribution of Permanent Voter Cards PVCs in the coffers of the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC, alleging that at least 9.3 million such cards are lying idle in the commission’s offices. Utomi stated…
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