Hon. Vanderpuye Edwin Nii Lantey Ghana legislator representing Odododiodioo, the longest constituency in Ghana welcome Hon. Morenike Adesina Williams Executive Chairman Igando-Ikotun Lcda and her entourage to Ghana Parliamentary in Accra.
Morenike said We were colonised by the same colonial masters and run almost the same educational and governing system, and that was what bonded us together.
“There are a lot of Ghanaians doing well in Nigeria, same as Nigerian businesses thriving in Ghana.
Hon. Jimoh Ajao Discussing on the colonial era is what increased the relationship between both countries. Both Nigeria and Ghana were colonized by the British Empire. This colonizations gave both countries, which share no common language, a means of communication. This era also brought some Nigerians to Ghana.
Hon. Kehinde Joseph says the relations between Nigeria and Ghana is still intact despite the efforts of some miscreants to cause rifts between the two Nations.
According to him, there will always be a smooth and strong relationship between the two countries as it has always been in the past.
“Ghana and Nigeria relationship is excellent since the creation of the world, as Ghanaians migrated from Ile-Ife and went along the coast to Ghana.